Winnie Carter Wildlife Center

Winnie Carter Wildlife Center
Mission:

To serve as a teaching facility for the management, handling, behavior, and veterinary care of exotic and wildlife species.

The Winnie Carter Wildlife Center is a research and teaching facility that offers students a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience with a variety of non-domestic animal species. Students are exposed to, and participate in, many aspects of exotic animal husbandry, management, and medicine. Students learn also about the care of non-domestic animals. The Wildlife Center is home to a variety of animals including white-tailed deer, fallow deer, ostriches, a llama, peafowl, a green-cheeked Amazon parrot, blue and gold Macaw, African Servals, and desert tortoises.

College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
Phone: 979.845.6881