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Teaching Empathy Through Education

Teaching Empathy Through Education In this month’s article, we just wanted to focus on our many educational outreach programs.  We feel very strongly that education...

Baby Squirrels Again

Baby Squirrels Again September!  Thoughts start turning towards falling leaves, eventual sweater weather, and all things pumpkin pie spice.  We generally think of wildlife babies...

Please Don’t Feed the Animals!

Please Don’t Feed the Animals! As our area continues to become further developed, many more people are coming into closer proximity to native wildlife.  It’s...

It’s Fawn Time!

It’s Fawn Time! In our part of Texas, mid-May is generally when fawns begin to arrive.  With all the development around us, it is now...

Enjoying Songbirds Without Interfering With Nature

Enjoying Songbirds Without Interfering With Nature Many people enjoy bird watching.  These jewels of nature are fascinating to observe, and even with little to no...

Friends of Texas Wildlife: A Day in the Life of a Wildlife Rehabilitator

Friends of Texas Wildlife: A Day in the Life of a Wildlife Rehabilitator This month, we wanted to give a little information on what it’s...

Raptor Rescue & Restraint

Raptor Rescue & Restraint As a wildlife rehabilitation organization, we often get calls from people who have come across injured birds of prey.  As rehabbers are...

Great Horned Owls

Great Horned Owls Around Southeast Texas, we have four owls that are commonly found.  Listing from smallest to largest, we have the Eastern Screech Owl;...

Friends of Texas Wildlife: Animals in Winter

Animals in Winter We live in a part of the country where winters tend to be mild, albeit with sometimes wild swings in weather and...

Dead Trees; Why Not Leave Them?

Friends of Texas Wildlife: Dead Trees; Why Not Leave Them? With the ongoing effects of the most recent drought in many parts of Texas, it...

Teaching Empathy Through Education

Teaching Empathy Through Education In this month’s article, we just wanted to focus on our many educational outreach programs.  We feel very strongly that education...

Baby Squirrels Again

Baby Squirrels Again September!  Thoughts start turning towards falling leaves, eventual sweater weather, and all things pumpkin pie spice.  We generally think of wildlife babies...

Please Don’t Feed the Animals!

Please Don’t Feed the Animals! As our area continues to become further developed, many more people are coming into closer proximity to native wildlife.  It’s...

It’s Fawn Time!

It’s Fawn Time! In our part of Texas, mid-May is generally when fawns begin to arrive.  With all the development around us, it is now...

Enjoying Songbirds Without Interfering With Nature

Enjoying Songbirds Without Interfering With Nature Many people enjoy bird watching.  These jewels of nature are fascinating to observe, and even with little to no...

Friends of Texas Wildlife: A Day in the Life of a Wildlife Rehabilitator

Friends of Texas Wildlife: A Day in the Life of a Wildlife Rehabilitator This month, we wanted to give a little information on what it’s...

Raptor Rescue & Restraint

Raptor Rescue & Restraint As a wildlife rehabilitation organization, we often get calls from people who have come across injured birds of prey.  As rehabbers are...

Great Horned Owls

Great Horned Owls Around Southeast Texas, we have four owls that are commonly found.  Listing from smallest to largest, we have the Eastern Screech Owl;...

Friends of Texas Wildlife: Animals in Winter

Animals in Winter We live in a part of the country where winters tend to be mild, albeit with sometimes wild swings in weather and...

Dead Trees; Why Not Leave Them?

Friends of Texas Wildlife: Dead Trees; Why Not Leave Them? With the ongoing effects of the most recent drought in many parts of Texas, it...

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