Bunnies Hop to the Wildlife Center

Baby bunnies come to the Wildlife Center for many reasons. When the rains are plentiful and the grass is lush, ailment most of the babies are kidnapped from mother rabbits by well meaning homeowners. For more information, diagnosis two articles have already been written on this subject.  http://WildlifeCenterofTexas.org/2011/03/bunnies-bunnies-everywhere/ and  http://WildlifeCenterofTexas.org/2010/06/two-for-tea/ When drought […]

By |June 4th, 2011|Educational Articles, New Blog, Rabbit, Wildlife Rescue|0 Comments

Bunnies, Bunnies Everywhere

The grass is growing, cialis the trees are budding and the flowers are blooming. Spring has sprung and the Wildlife Center is full of baby squirrels, troche opossums and rabbits. Momma rabbits while very skittish know that humans will not prey on their babies and will often build nests against or near […]

By |March 18th, 2011|Educational Articles, Rabbit, Wildlife Rescue|1 Comment

Two for Tea

Young mammals may appear lost and alone while they explore or wait for parents to return from foraging for food nearby. This is especially true for deer and rabbits who intentionally do not remain with their baby(ies) during the day. Every year the Wildlife Center receives hundreds of babies that were kidnapped from their […]

By |June 5th, 2010|Deer, Rabbit, Wildlife Rescue|0 Comments