The Visitor Education Center's interactive exhibit area includes patient rescue stories, a timeline of CROW's history, a "Taking Action" quiz, past medical records, a "Be the Vet" game, a "Surgical Challenge" game, treatment methods, x-rays, and migratory and native species profiles. With the live camera feeds, visitors can view the pelican, raccoon, otter, and large flight enclosures. They can also see the surgical suite, the intake room at the wildlife hospital at CROW, and other outdoor animal enclosures.
Wildlife Walks with staff and rehabilitators are also offered at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife. CROW offers a unique chance to see into the rehabilitation of wildlife and meet the people responsible for the care of the interesting wildlife that call southwest Florida home. Visitors have the excellent opportunity to learn the in-depth details about the treatment process and the hospital's inner workings during a Wildlife Walk. These walks are made up of two parts: The first is the introductory presentation that explains CROW's rehabilitation and medical methods and the second part is a guided tour of the hospital's treatment areas that ends at the clinic's rehabilitation grounds. Each part of the Wildlife Walk is about 45 minutes long and visitors also have an opportunity to take photos with CROW's Animal Ambassadors at the end of the tour.
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3883 Sanibel Captiva Road, Sanibel, Florida 33957, website, Phone: 239-472-3644 Photo: CROW Clinic
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