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Wildlife

After the Storm: The Power of Community in Wildlife Rescue

Thanks to compassionate community members bringing in injured, displaced, or orphaned wildlife, we can care for even more animals and provide the medical treatment and rehabilitation they so desperately need.

Community members bringing in wildlife to the Wildlife Center

Our community’s unwavering support forms the backbone of our organization. After the impact of Hurricane Beryl, the Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center has seen a dramatic increase in wildlife intake. Thanks to compassionate community members bringing in injured, displaced, or orphaned wildlife, we can care for even more animals and provide the medical treatment and rehabilitation they desperately need.

When someone brings an injured animal to our campus, they are helping in our mission to rescue and care for orphaned or injured wildlife. By gathering and delivering wildlife to our campus, they ensure these animals receive care as quickly as possible.

Recently, we had the pleasure of meeting two extraordinary women, Donna and Sardine, who shared their stories of rescuing and bringing in wildlife in the aftermath of Hurricane Beryl. Their stories highlight the importance of community involvement in wildlife rescue.

Donna, from Rosenburg, noticed a disoriented and seemingly injured hawk outside her house this morning. She had heard about the Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center from her son and swiftly drove to our campus to get the hawk proper medical care. Sardine drove from Pearland today to bring in three baby blue jays she found near her residence in a tree that was about to be cut down by a debris removal crew. Since the birds were evidently orphaned, she carefully placed them in a cardboard box filled with linens and safely transported them to our care.

Native wildlife rescued will continue to receive care from our dedicated wildlife and veterinary staff until they are healthy enough to be released back into their natural habitat. The Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center strives to educate on the co-existence of humans and wildlife and how to promote positive mindsets and informed knowledge on how to interact with wild species. Stories like those of Donna and Sardine remind us that even small acts of kindness can make a huge impact, and being knowledgeable about wildlife can make all the difference during a crisis. For more information on how to help wildlife visit: Wildlife Center of Texas

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