Stop - 1 Noisy Baby Ward Through this window you are looking into the Noisy Baby Ward of the Jane Carlee Wildlife Hospital. In here babies who make a lot of noise and baby animals that don’t seem to mind the noise are cared for. Th...
Stop - 2 Noisy Baby Ward Through this window you are looking into the Noisy Baby Ward of the Jane Carlee Wildlife Hospital. In here babies who make a lot of noise and baby animals that don’t seem to mind the noise are cared for. Th...
Stop - 3 Noisy Baby Ward This is the Quiet Baby Ward. Quiet baby animals are cared for in here. These include cottontails, opossums, morning doves and chipmunks. Of all the animals that we care for, perhaps Cottontails are the most d...
Stop - 4 Enrichment Ward This is the Enrichment room, which by all rights is probably better called the wet room. In here baby waterfowl and seabirds are raised. This is also the exercise room for the adult animals who need tubs of w...
Stop - 5 Medical Ward Across from the wet room is the Medical Ward. This is where animals that are on medications, or are sick and injured are housed. You may see any of about 225 species of animals in here—from snapping turtles...
Stop - 6 Surgery Suite At this station you are looking into the Surgery Ward. On your right is a table that holds the anesthesia machine. This is a square block with glass, metal and hoses. This is the instrument that delivers gas ...
Stop - 7 X-Ray Suite This is our X-Ray Suite. This room contains a fully operational hospital grade X-Ray machine and digital X-Ray viewer. X-Rays are one of our most important diagnostic tools, everything from broken bones to pn...
Stop - 8 Holding Ward Holding Ward
Stop - 9 Admissions Ward. This is where animals are checked in for care. The process starts with a member of the public or an animal care officer bringing an animal to us. We do not go out and rescue animals. This is a function we lea...
Stop 10 Turtle Pond This is the Turtle Pond. This 800-gallon tank was installed in the home of Mr. Raffi Wechsler who then lived in Somerville but now lives in Iceland. When he moved to Iceland the tank and its inhabitants perma...
Stop 11 Super-Quiet Baby Ward. This is the ward in which we keep our high stress species. These animals need a warm, dark, quiet space to recover in to mimic their natural hab...
Stop 12 Boarding Ward This is a room where owned animal (“pets”) can be boarded. For $10 a day we will take care of your pet while you go off and have fun on some exotic vacation. If you would like to board an animal with us, ...