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CROW Case of the Week: Southern Flying Squirrel (#18-3788)


The main difference between a southern flying squirrel and a common tree squirrel is body structure, as the flying squirrel has a gliding membrane, called a patagium, and a flattened tail. more...

SCCF Sea Turtle Stranding Map Documents Mass Mortality


A bloom of Karenia brevis starting in October 2017 has resulted in the largest number of sea turtle deaths ever attributed to a single red tide event. In June 2018, an unprecedented number of sea turtle strandings (sick, injured, or dead turtles) began washing up on Sanibel and Captiva beaches. more...

CROW Staff Members to serve on FWRA Advisory Board


Yvette Carrasco and Missy Fox, staff members at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW), were recently elected to serve on the Advisory Board for the Florida Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (FWRA) at the FWRA Symposium which took place October 4 through October 7 in Haines City, Florida. more...

CROW Case of the Week: Red-shouldered Hawk (#18-3849)


On September 30, a juvenile redshouldered hawk (Buteo lineatus) was admitted to CROW after it was struck by a vehicle. The report states the driver of the vehicle struck the hawk the day before as he was crossing the Everglades via Alligator Alley on his way home to Fort Myers Beach. more...

Roepstorffs, Bank of the Islands Proud Supporters of Taste of the Islands


Bank of the Islands/Edison National Bank has returned as the Presenting Sponsor of the 37th Taste of the Islands, the signature fundraiser for the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW)’s signature fundraiser. more...