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Help for Injured Birds

Useful Links

  • For emergency procedures, see the Frequently Asked Questions on the Wildlife Center of Texas website.

  • How to Prevent Birds From Flying into Windows (PDF) fact sheet prepared by the American Bird Conservancy.

Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation Links

  • Non-profit organization headquartered in Austin County which rehabilitates injured or orphaned wildlife in counties west of Harris County.

  • Gulf Office branch of the Sea Turtle Restoration Project and HEART (Help Endangered Animals-Ridley Turtles) sponsor a toll free Texas Sea Turtle Information Line (1-866-TURTLE-5) allowing beach visitors to report sightings of sea turtles, tracks, hatchlings and nests. Reports also should be made of injured or dead sea turtles.

  • List prepared by Texas Parks & Wildlife of state licensed rehabilitators along with practical advice.

  • Non-profit organization providing emergency and rehabilitative care for ill, injured and orphaned native Texas wildlife.

  • The Wildlife Center of Texas is Houston’s only trauma and wildlife rehabilitation center that treats all injured, sick or orphaned native Texas wildlife species. The combined efforts of the Wildlife Center of Texas, Houston Society for the Prevention Cruelty to Animals (HSPCA) and the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network creates an umbrella that cares for every single species of animal.

  • Wildlife rehabbers and trained speakers for the Houston - Galveston area.

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