Animal Services of Richmond - Richmond Wildlife Center

at 3746 Winterfield Rd, Suite 200, Midlothian, 23113 United States

The Richmond Wildlife Center, a division of Animal Services of Richmond, Inc.

Animal Services of Richmond - Richmond Wildlife Center
3746 Winterfield Rd, Suite 200
Midlothian , VA 23113
United States
Contact Phone
P: 804.378.2000 After Hours Emergencies: 804.614.HEAL (4325)

General Info

Wildlife Center Services: Veterinary Services: Wildlife Medical & Surgical Services, Companion Avian & Exotic Medical & Surgical Services, Laser Therapy Laboratory Services: Parasitology & Routine In-house Services Radiology: Routine Radiology Services & Ultrasound Pharmacy: Fully stocked pharmaceuticals for in house patients Field Rescue: Return animals to nests as needed. Rescue of sick & injured dangerous or elusive animals. Adoption: Placement of Non-native Exotic or Companion Animals into permanent facilities or forever homes after completion of veterinary and rehabilitative care Education: Provide educational services to drive public awareness of wildlife issues. Provide veterinary and rehabilitation training services for wildlife professionals. Become a Volunteer: For more information on how to become a volunteer, please visit us online at Volunteers must be at least 18 years old. No experience required. Training provided for all positions. Make a Donation: Donations are greatly appreciated and may be made online or via mail at P.O. Box 14694 Richmond, VA 23221 Wish List Please consider donating an item from our wish list, which may be found online at

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Please consider making a donation to support our wildlife center and patients. We have no paid staff including our veterinary team. Your donation helps us purchase medications, medical supplies and nutritional supplies. Thank you for your support.

Published on 2014-11-07 22:38:56 GMT

Nature's camouflage is pretty amazing. Can you locate the animals in these photos?

Published on 2014-11-01 11:55:05 GMT

Visit us today: Pet Adoptions - Pet Supplies Plus in the Bellgrade Shopping Center at the corner of Robious and Huguenot from 10-2pm Bird feeder trade in- Southern States on Alverser Rd in Midlothian from 8-7pm. We hope to see you today!

Published on 2014-10-18 13:45:04 GMT

Many thanks to everyone who came out last evening to support the Richmond Wildlife Center and help us celebrate our 2nd anniversary. Your support allows us to help animals who need our assistance in the community. We couldn't help them without your financial support. Thank you again.

Published on 2015-04-12 16:30:26 GMT

We are in a frantic race to get all of our patients medicated and bring all of our patients in from outdoors. With the potential for 60mph winds and hail we are not taking any chances with any of our outdoor patients. Following all reports on local weather closely. NBC12, WTVR-TV CBS6, ABC 8 News - WRIC

Published on 2015-04-10 14:45:31 GMT

Join us this Saturday anytime from 12pm - 11pm at Lalo's Cocina Bar & Grill. The restaurant will be donating 10% of all restaurant sales to our wildlife center. We have many animals making appearances throughout the day. (Schedule subject to change without notice and is dependent on weather conditions). Wild Fiesta Animal Appearances: 12pm - 1:45pm - Beau the African Sulcata Tortoise with his friends the Parakeets who are looking for their loving forever home. 2:45pm - 4:45pm - A Domestic Cumulet Pigeon and Eastern Box Turtle both available for adoption and looking for their forever homes. 5:45pm - 7:45pm - FedEx, the Rock Pigeon and Momma, the Virginia Opossum will be making appearances and providing information about their species.

Published on 2015-04-07 16:53:43 GMT

Of all of our posts that have come through your newsfeed, which one is your favorite and why? Which patient story do you remember the most?

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