Intake and Release Statistics

Each year, New Mexico Wildlife Center takes in between 700 and 900 animals. They range in size from hummingbirds to eagles and field mice to black bears. In 2016, New Mexico Wildlife Center treated 114 different species of animals, with a release rate of 63.4%.

Recent Intakes Recent Releases
(September 28, 2016 to December 31, 2016) (September 28, 2016 to December 31, 2016)
American Crow (4) Bullsnake (1)
American Kestrel (2) Canyon Towhee (1)
American Robin (6) Cooper's Hawk (2)
Black-billed Magpie (2) Dark-eyed Junco (1)
Broad-tailed Hummingbird(1) Deer Mouse (2)
Bullsnake (1) Desert Cottontail (2)
Canyon Towhee (3) Flammulated Owl (1)
Coachwhip Snake (1) Gambel's Quail (1)
Common Raven (3) House Finch (3)
Curve-billed Thrasher (1) House Sparrow (4)
Dark-eyed Junco (3) Mallard Duck (1)
Desert Cottontail (2) Mississippi Kite (2)
Eurasian Collared Dove (12) Mountain Cottontail (1)
Fence Lizard (10) Mule Deer (3)
Flammulated Owl (2) Northern Red-shafted Flicker (2)
Golden Eagle (2) Porcupine (1)
Gray Fox (1) Red-tailed Hawk (1)
Great Horned Owl (13) Rock Dove (3)
House Finch (1) Rock Squirrel (5)
Mallard duck (1) Scaled Quail (2)
Merlin (1) Southern Plains Woodrat (1)
Mourning Dove (1) Western Grebe (1)
Northern Goshawk (1) White-footed Mouse (1)
Northern Red-shafted Flicker (4) Williamson's Sapsucker (1)
Prairie Falcon (1)  
Raccoon (2)  
Red-naped Sapsucker (1)  
Red-tailed Hawk (3)  
Roadrunner (1)  
Rock Dove (14)  
Sharp-shinned Hawk (1)  
Southern Plains Woodrat (1)  
Spotted Towhee (1)  
Swainson's Hawk (1)  
Western Bluebird (2)  
Western Grebe (2)  
Western Screech Owl (1)  
White-footed Mouse (1)  

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