Friends of Texas Wildlife
Rating: 5 stars 6 6 reviews
PO Box 130786 The Woodlands TX 77393 USA
To rehabilitate injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife and return them to their natural habitat.
Geographic areas served:
Montgomery County, Texas
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Two years ago my husband and I found ourselves at an informational meeting of this group and were drawn in by the dedication of the presenters. Since that time we have come to see what the word dedication means, in the tremendous numbers of wildlife that pass through this organization on their way back to the wild. We joined that journey to rehab with this particular group and have found their members to have a determined mission, to care for these abandoned and injured wildlife and to educate the public on co-existing with them. It amazes me daily how this group works together and accomplishes great things. Though smaller in members than some organizations, they are more than worthy of your consideration.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
participation in the release of six fawns in December that had been in rehab since April or May of that year.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
being a rehabber and learning so much about the animals habits, traits, food sources and being with people who feel the same way I do.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
professional, sympathetic, from all walks of life, each adding their special talent to create an organization that, for it's numbers, will work tirelessly to care for as many animals as possible, doing what it takes to perform that mission.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Open, staff and provide Veterinary services at an intake center large enough to store supplies and donations, perform surgeries and caging for overnight stays, and medical supplies and machines to achieve a greater number of wildlife being released back.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
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