TWRC Wildlife Center is a not for profit organization known as Houston’s first urban wildlife emergency and rehabilitative care facility. Its mission is to promote environmental conservation through public education and rehabilitation of Texas wildlife.
Services provided by TWRC Wildlife Center include an emergency room for injured, ill, and orphaned wildlife, as well as a help-line; both the emergency room and the help-line operate 7 days a week. A veterinarian is on staff to assist with training and emergencies. Their competent and experienced volunteers and staff facilitate initial triage, rehabilitation, release, and education.
Community members can help the group by donating items such as antibacterial hand sanitizer, liquid hand soap, , unscented bleach, Swiffer products, rubber gloves, fleece for animal pouches, Windex, paper grocery bags, glass aquariums, puppy pads, distilled water, heating pads, wild bird seed, Purina Puppy Chow, Purina Cat Chos, whole acorns, and more.
The group can be reached through mail at TWRC Wildlife Center, 10801 Hammerly Blvd., #200, Houston, TX 77043. Interested members of the community can also call the, at 713-468-8972 or send an email to email@example.com.
For more information about the TWRC Wildlife Center, please visit their website at http://www.twrcwildlifecenter.org.