Brown Pelican Takes To Skies After Successful Eye SurgeryThe South Florida Wildlife Center released a pelican back into the wild following successful surgery the bird had for cataracts.
Doctor Performs Surgery To Remove Cataract From Pelican's EyeA Brown Pelican is undergoing cataract surgery Thursday, a surgery which will hopefully lead to the bird’s release into the wild in a few months.
Focus On South Florida: Confronting Animal CrueltyThe South Florida Wildlife Center, in partnership with the Humane Society of the United States, has been on a mission for 46 years.
Pelican Patients To Be Released After Rehab Center UnveilingA group of rehabilitated pelicans will be released back into the wild on Friday, the same day as a new habitat for others of their kind is set to be unveiled.
Rare & Endangered Bat Treated & Released By Zoo MiamiZoo Miami treated and released one of the rarest endangered mammals in the world. Only a few hundred are believed to exist.
Rehabbed Pelican Flies Free After Being Treated For InjuriesAfter weeks of tender, loving care, a pelican that was found injured and tangled up in fishing line, is once again free to fly.
It's "Baby Season" At A Local Wildlife CenterLove is in the air at the South Florida Wildlife Center as this time of year, also known as "baby season," the nursery is packed with baby birds.
Animal Cruelty Case Left Shell Of Turtle Severely Cracked Officials say it was a human cruelty that left a Peninsula Cooter Turtle seriously injured and in need of medical attention Friday.
Goose Shot By Arrow In Kendall Canal RecoveringA goose found in a Southwest Miami-Dade canal injured by a piercing arrow continues to recover after surgery at a South Florida wildlife center.
Exclusive: Multiple Geese Found Shot By ArrowsSomeone committed a cruel attack on a pair of geese in a South Florida canal. Two large geese were found shot by arrows. One of them died, and veterinarians are still working to save the other.
S. Fla. Wildlife Center Nursing Orphaned Flying Squirrels A couple of cute critters, not often seen in South Florida, are calling Fort Lauderdale home these days after being rescued.