A collection of the most recent videos by CROW about patients, releases and treatments. Be sure to follow our channel on YouTube so you don't miss any of our videos!
An infant southern flying squirrel is transitioning to eating solid food. Here, it is chowing down on a milk-soaked mash as part of that process.
A juvenile Kemp's ridley sea turtle is after some delicious crabs as part of its preparation for re-release back to the Gulf of Mexico.
Two juvenile Kemp's ridley sea turtles were released at Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park after receiving treatment at our hospital.
A young burrowing owl that was flooded from its burrow by Subtropical Storm Alberto is returned home after rehabilitation. It had developed cold cataracts from being wet and cold.
A juvenile Kemp's ridley sea turtle that received treatment at the CROW Clinic in May and was released where it was rescued near Marco Island, Florida. Kemp's ridley sea turtles are one of the most critically endangered of the sea turtle species.
Juvenile osprey #1 from the Osprey Nest at Pink Shell Beach Resort is released after recovering from a wing injury suffered during its initial fledge from the nest. This is the same osprey which was admitted as a baby after having monofilament line wrapped around its tongue.
Two migrating songbirds are released after brief recoveries from window collisions.
CROW was awarded the Chrysalis Award in the category of Eco-Innovation at the ninth annual Celebration of Business & Tourism Awards Luncheon and Trade Show on Thursday, April 19 at the Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village.