Buchanan Critical
Care Wing

Rehabilitating birds can build strength, muscle and stamina after spending time recovering from injuries. The 4,000 square foot structure has two 100 foot long flights, 20 feet high and 20 feet wide. Large sliding panel doors can be opened if we need to give birds a circular endless flight path.

Fawn Habitat

The fences are 10 feet high and are surrounded by a stockade fence which covers the lower 6 feet, providing privacy and screening the fawns from human activity.

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Fellow Mortals is a living philosophy based on the belief that encouraging compassion in humans toward all life brings out the finest aspects of our humanity.

Injured & Orphaned Wildlife deserve professional care from experienced, licensed Wildlife Rehabilitators. General Guidelines: Observe First, Act Second

Fellow Mortals provides excellent medical care to injured and orphaned wild animals entrusted to the hospital by the public.

Fellow Mortals is entirely funded by private gifts—your financial contributions are the lifeblood of our Wildlife Hospital.

Encouraging compassion in humans toward all life brings out the finest aspects of our humanity.

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Since 1992, interns from all over the world have participated in Fellow Mortals’ internship program. Some have gone on to careers in wildlife rehabilitation, domestic animal care, veterinary medicine, zoo keeping, field biology, exotic animal care, environmental education and advocacy.

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