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Taking Wildlife in Hand

The Tucson Wildlife Center provides care for injured and orphaned animals

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Since its founding in 1998, the Tucson Wildlife Center has rescued and rehabilitated thousands of injured and orphaned wild animals throughout southern Arizona. AZPM takes an intimate look at the work and workers behind the nonprofit's lifesaving mission:

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