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What Every Wildlife Rehabilitator Wants You to Know

As a wildlife rehabilitator, one quickly learns that educating the public is a large part of the services we provide.  When people bring animals...

Time for Fall Babies: Squirrels, Round Two

As we head into “fall” here in Southeast Texas, most wildlife species are done raising their young for the year.  However, most of our...

National Check the Chip Day

For pet owners, nothing is more horrifying than a lost pet. Putting up flyers on trees with “Have you seen this dog?” has been...

Friends of Texas Wildlife: Is That a Baby Owl?

We are fortunate in our part of Texas to have four different types of owls that can be found.  Quite often at our intake...

What Does It Mean To Animals?

We all love to celebrate and July 4th is traditionally a day for respectful fun and thanks for the freedom that was made possible...

It’s a Bird…It’s a Crane. No, It’s a Heron

We certainly have a wide variety of wading birds in our area, both permanent residents as well as migratory birds.  Quite often, we have...

Spring & Summer; The Birds are Nesting!

As we move from spring into summer, no doubt you will continue to see lots of busy backyard birds and hear them singing their...

Fawns: Social Distancing Is Their Thing!

In light of the current Covid-19 precautions, many people are spending more time in and around their yards and gardens, as well as talking...

Critters in Your Attic or Chimney?

At Friends of Texas Wildlife, we often get calls from homeowners who have nuisance wildlife issues. While many of us enjoy coexisting with our...

What Every Wildlife Rehabilitator Wants You to Know

As a wildlife rehabilitator, one quickly learns that educating the public is a large part of the services we provide.  When people bring animals...

Time for Fall Babies: Squirrels, Round Two

As we head into “fall” here in Southeast Texas, most wildlife species are done raising their young for the year.  However, most of our...

National Check the Chip Day

For pet owners, nothing is more horrifying than a lost pet. Putting up flyers on trees with “Have you seen this dog?” has been...

Friends of Texas Wildlife: Is That a Baby Owl?

We are fortunate in our part of Texas to have four different types of owls that can be found.  Quite often at our intake...

What Does It Mean To Animals?

We all love to celebrate and July 4th is traditionally a day for respectful fun and thanks for the freedom that was made possible...

It’s a Bird…It’s a Crane. No, It’s a Heron

We certainly have a wide variety of wading birds in our area, both permanent residents as well as migratory birds.  Quite often, we have...

Spring & Summer; The Birds are Nesting!

As we move from spring into summer, no doubt you will continue to see lots of busy backyard birds and hear them singing their...

Fawns: Social Distancing Is Their Thing!

In light of the current Covid-19 precautions, many people are spending more time in and around their yards and gardens, as well as talking...

Critters in Your Attic or Chimney?

At Friends of Texas Wildlife, we often get calls from homeowners who have nuisance wildlife issues. While many of us enjoy coexisting with our...

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