C.R.O.W. Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife

3883 Sanibel Captiva Road, Sanibel Island, FL 33957
Phone: 239.472.3644

C.R.O.W. Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife photo

Crow Clinic Wildlife Rehabilitation

Location: In Sanibel Island, see map below.

Profile: Wildlife Education Attraction

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The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) is a teaching hospital and visitor education center dedicated to saving wildlife through state of the art veterinary care, research, education and conservation medicine. Under the hospital director and full time veterinarians, CROW’s staff provides the highest quality medical care to all of their patients.

Patient health is imperative; federal and state laws do not permit visitors to view patients directly. CROW’s visitor education center is designed to connect all audiences with wildlife in our care while maintaining their privacy. The building is a self-guided tour that centers around the life-cycle of our patients from the time they are admitted until their ultimate re-release into the wild. Guests are invited to walk through the interactive exhibit areas.

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Location Map & Directions

Our map of Crow Clinic Wildlife Rehabilitation is interactive, includes the streets and major attractions in the immediate area and can be easily zoomed, reformatted or repositioned to meet your needs.

NOTE: click/drag map to reposition it, use +/- to rescale or buttons change format

Use the controls in the upper left-hand corner to Move This Map in any direction or to Zoom-In for a closer look or zoom-out to get a wider perspective. You can also Drag the Map in any direction if you hold the left mouse button down. Click the upper-right hand Satellite or Hybrid buttons to change the view to include satellite images and overlay a street map.

Area Information

Sanibel and Captiva Islands
Sanibel Island is a short ride from Fort Myers and Fort Myers Beach, running east-west into the Gulf of Mexico. This unique position results in Sanibel being a top shelling destination. Where Sanibel Island ends, the land shifts north and Captiva Island begins. Upscale Sanibel and Captiva Islands have a lush, tropical ambiance. Here youíll find pristine, quiet beaches and, along Periwinkle Way, intimate settings for boutique shopping and a variety of dining options. The J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge takes up about 7,000 acres of Sanibel Island - a haven for Florida wildlife. You can also enjoy a variety of sightseeing boat cruises. For more information, please see our Sanibel-Captiva Visitor Guide.

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