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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...

Raccoons; Clever and Mischievous

Friends of Texas Wildlife: Raccoons; Clever and Mischievous Raccoons are very common throughout Texas and North America, and they are extremely adaptable to different habitats.  In...

Opossums; The All-American Marsupial

For the month of July, we wanted to honor a uniquely American animal; the opossum!  Of all the native wildlife we care for, the...

Re-Nesting Birds of Prey

Re-Nesting Birds of Prey In our part of Texas, birds of prey start nesting very early in the year, with the largest birds (bald eagles...

Barred Owls

Barred Owls Spring is in the air, and baby animals are starting to appear everywhere.  Although owlets are seldom seen until they leave the nest,...

Friends of Texas Wildlife- Bald Eagles

Bald Eagles Bald eagles are very distinctive with their white head and tail feathers and dark brown feathers covering the rest of their body.  They...

Why Does My Night Owl Think It’s an Early Bird?

Why Does My Night Owl Think It’s an Early Bird? We’ve all heard the expressions “night owl” and “early bird”.  Most of the wildlife animals...

Box Turtles

Box Turtles From time to time, we get a call at our wildlife center from someone finding a box turtle in their yard and wondering...

Rut; Love Crazy vs. Zombie Deer

Rut; Love Crazy vs. Zombie Deer November in Texas, and love is in the air.  November is pretty much right in the middle of rut...

The Trees Have Eyes!

The air is finally feeling crisp and cooler as summer reluctantly gives way to autumn.  On a still and quiet evening, you decide to...

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...

Raccoons; Clever and Mischievous

Friends of Texas Wildlife: Raccoons; Clever and Mischievous Raccoons are very common throughout Texas and North America, and they are extremely adaptable to different habitats.  In...

Opossums; The All-American Marsupial

For the month of July, we wanted to honor a uniquely American animal; the opossum!  Of all the native wildlife we care for, the...

Re-Nesting Birds of Prey

Re-Nesting Birds of Prey In our part of Texas, birds of prey start nesting very early in the year, with the largest birds (bald eagles...

Barred Owls

Barred Owls Spring is in the air, and baby animals are starting to appear everywhere.  Although owlets are seldom seen until they leave the nest,...

Friends of Texas Wildlife- Bald Eagles

Bald Eagles Bald eagles are very distinctive with their white head and tail feathers and dark brown feathers covering the rest of their body.  They...

Why Does My Night Owl Think It’s an Early Bird?

Why Does My Night Owl Think It’s an Early Bird? We’ve all heard the expressions “night owl” and “early bird”.  Most of the wildlife animals...

Box Turtles

Box Turtles From time to time, we get a call at our wildlife center from someone finding a box turtle in their yard and wondering...

Rut; Love Crazy vs. Zombie Deer

Rut; Love Crazy vs. Zombie Deer November in Texas, and love is in the air.  November is pretty much right in the middle of rut...

The Trees Have Eyes!

The air is finally feeling crisp and cooler as summer reluctantly gives way to autumn.  On a still and quiet evening, you decide to...

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