(Above) CROW’s costumed friends, Tanya the Turtle and Racquel the Raccoon, with the anniversary cake. (Left) Marco Medina, 10, from Fort Myers uses a microscope in the “Be a Wildlife Veterinarian” exhibit. (Below right, from top to bottom) Steve Garner, a seasonal resident from Roselle, Ill., learns about wildlife using the interactive kiosks. AJ, Anthony and Melanie Aracri from Sanibel make re-usable t-shirt tote bags to help reduce their use of plastic bags. Kara Penner, 4, from Ontario, Canada tries her luck with one of the carnival style games. (Bottom left) Cordelia Smith, 5, Kara Penner, 4, Maya Penner, 6.5, and Tabitha Smith, 8, get their photo taken with CROW’s costumed friend, Racquel the Raccoon. All photos provided.
(Above) CROW’s costumed friends, Tanya the Turtle and Racquel the Raccoon, with the anniversary cake. (Left) Marco Medina, 10, from Fort Myers uses a microscope in the “Be a Wildlife Veterinarian” exhibit. (Below right, from top to bottom) Steve Garner, a seasonal resident from Roselle, Ill., learns about wildlife using the interactive kiosks. AJ, Anthony and Melanie Aracri from Sanibel make re-usable t-shirt tote bags to help reduce their use of plastic bags. Kara Penner, 4, from Ontario, Canada tries her luck with one of the carnival style games. (Bottom left) Cordelia Smith, 5, Kara Penner, 4, Maya Penner, 6.5, and Tabitha Smith, 8, get their photo taken with CROW’s costumed friend, Racquel the Raccoon. All photos provided.

Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife celebrated a golden milestone Sunday, Dec. 2 – 50 years of saving wildlife through state-of-the-art veterinary care, research, education and conservation medicine. More than 300 visitors enjoyed playing carnival-style games, meeting the Animal Ambassadors and costumed friends, as well as eating cake.