Help with Wildlife Problems

Read our Frequently Asked Questions for more information about common wildlife problems.

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Looking to Volunteer?

Our volunteers perform a variety of services for the Clinic. Our animal room volunteers are the backbone of the Clinic workforce.

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Tufts Wildlife Clinic supports the New England region by providing medical care and rehabilitation for wildlife patients with the goal of release back into the wild.  Tufts Wildlife specialists advance knowledge in the fields of wildlife and conservation medicine through high quality research activities with the goal of improving the well-being of wildlife individuals and populations.

Mark Pokras Lecture Series

Shalin Liu, benefactor of the Shalin Liu Healing Cage, continues her commitment to Cummings School with a lecture series she has chosen to bear the name of someone who is her kindred spirit in wildlife conservation: Dr. Mark Pokras.

Ever Wonder?

Do you ever wonder how falcons hunt? Cummings School faculty member Maureen Murray explains in this short video.

Ready for Takeoff

New flight cage gives injured birds a place to heal

Safe Rodent Control

What you need to know about common household poisons

Caring for Wildlife When Nature Turns Nasty

Record snowfall and cold bring historic numbers of stranded seabirds and waterfowl to Tufts Wildlife Clinic

Get In Touch

55 Willard Street
North Grafton, MA 01536

Phone: 508-839-7918
Fax: 508-839-7930