Our Address is: 8626 SW Citrus Boulevard - Palm City, Florida 34990
772-286-6200 voice   772-286-6220 fax     click here for a map


TCWH is a 501(c)(3) charity.Our Florida Department of Consumer Services registration number is CH6659. Our Federal ID number is 59-2410883.


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For more than three decades the Treasure Coast Wildlife Hospital has been a community institution, offering help for sick, injured and orphaned wild animal patients, plus information and education for human residents and visitors.

We are undertaking an ambitious project - the construction of a new Treasure Coast Wildlife Center to amplify and enhance our services to wildlife and to the community. Learn more about this wonderful project.

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, your participation is invited. Join us as a Member or a Volunteer. Take advantage of our Educational Programs and our Nature and Wildlife Tours. See us at an event near you. Get help for a potential patient you have found. Adopt one of our Wild Friends Wildlife Ambassadors. Use our links to additional resources and information.

We hope you enjoy our web site, and we encourage you to help support our work.

March 24th, 11 am - 4 pm

Welcome Visitors! Come see our live wildlife displays!

We are pleased to be able to give you a small glimpse into the functioning of your Wildlife Center. We hope you will see some old friends here, and perhaps make new ones as well. Our Educational Ambassadors and other Wild Friends await you.

There is no charge for admission. Bring the kids and come renew your acquaintance with YOUR Wildlife Center and our Wild Friends.

As always, we continue to accept sick, injured and orphaned wild animals all day every day, from about 8:30am until 4:30pm. In Martin County, you may call Animal Control at the Sheriff's office for help transporting wildlife in need.

Public Visiting Hours -- Effective Now
Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
from 11am until 3 pm
Free Admission

Note that this is our temporary and somewhat makeshift facility. We’ve concentrated on animal care, not cosmetics, and most resources go toward building the completely new Wildlife Center, just next door.

But be aware that this remains a functioning Wildlife Hospital. Our patients must remain private and out of public view, for their protection. So while we invite you to look around and enjoy yourselves, we ask your understanding and cooperation. Come see, come enjoy, come appreciate! But realize there will be some things hidden from view.

Bald Eagle released, to the delight of members of St. Lucie Audubon Society.

Representative Cases from Baby Season
  • nest containing 4 baby wrens hidden in trailer boat, transported from North Carolina and discovered when the boat is launched in Stuart
  • 3 baby barn owls removed from attic by builder who did not know such action was illegal
  • cottontail rabbit nest revealed by lawnmower- 1 baby killed, 3 others rescued
  • orphaned fawn found near dead mother deer on roadside
  • baby yellow crowned night heron found in mangrove swamp, no nest or adults located
  • tree trimmers remove palm fronds and displace 3 baby squirrels
  • and MANY, MANY MORE!

Without intervention, none of these animals – and hundreds of others like them – would survive. But for over three decades, wild animals along the Treasure Coast have enjoyed a special place of respite, care, and recovery. A place where broken wings can heal, orphaned babies can grow, and untamed spirits can soar. That special place is the Treasure Coast Wildlife Center.

While the work done here is priceless, it does carry a substantial cost. Baby season is always a strain because of the sheer numbers of new patients and their diverse requirements. We depend upon your contributions to provide for their needs. Please help by making a special ‘Baby Season Gift’ today.

Your tax deductible gift of:
$25 will provide for raising a litter of orphaned bunnies
$50 will provide for feeding and rearing a flock of ducklings
$75 will provide for medical treatment and care for a baby sandhill crane
$100 will provide for rearing and flight conditioning a great horned owl
$250 will provide for raising and releasing a baby deer
every donation, large or small, helps to save wildlife

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Your tax deductible gift will make all the difference! Please send any amount within your means - help us help them remain wild and free.







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