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Save the date! The Wildlife Center of Texas annual Open House will be held on Saturday, sildenafil December 5th, illness 2015. This year, we will have food trucks in addition to our usual snacks and great wine. Come out and participate in our raffle, bid in the silent auction, win prizes and […]
When baby birds fall out of their nests, it is impossible for their mothers to pick them up and place them back in the nest. Some mothers will continue to feed their babies on the ground, but these babies will eventually fall prey to predators such as raccoons or stray animals. This is where […]
Spring is just around the corner. This past week our baby nurseries have started to fill with baby eastern fox squirrels, story rabbits, opossums, and ducks. All of the babies are being lovingly tended to by our dedicated volunteers. Please remind family, friends, and co-workers to keep an eye out for fallen babies […]
Join The Wildlife Center of Texas at the Wildcat Golf Club on April 15, 2014 as an underwriter and show your support for native wildlife at our 10th Annual Golf Tournament.
As an underwriter, you will be joining our current sponsors listed below, in a continued commitment to the welfare of native wildlife and environmental […]
The Wildlife Center of Texas will be providing two oiled wildlife response training workshops on location in Houston. The workshops are identical in content but offered on two different dates. The first will be sponsored by Anadarko Petroleum Corporation on Friday, March 28, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. The second will be sponsored […]
The Wildlife Center of Texas would like to remind everyone that this is the optimal time of year to wildlife-proof your house. Over 85% of baby raccoons we received last year were made orphans unnecessarily. Following these simple guidelines from WCT and 911Wildlife can save you time, money, and keep wildlife families together.
1. Don’t […]
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Wildlife Center of Texas Newsletter (Fall 2013)
The Wildlife Center of Texas will be conducting an oiled wildlife response training workshop on Friday, December 13, 2013, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., sponsored by Shell.
The workshop takes place at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans, Louisiana and will certify and train personnel that are interested in assisting The Wildlife Center of Texas […]
As winter approaches, see The Wildlife Center of Texas sees an increase in the number of injured adult animals that are found and brought to our center.
Hawks and owls are commonly found injured on roadsides, hit by cars as they swoop down to catch prey in the road. Hawks are also the […]