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Wildlife Center Takes in Nearly 500 Injured or Orphaned Animals After Severe Weather

(May 24, 2024) Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center of Texas took in nearly 500 orphaned or injured wild animals after a catastrophic storm hit the greater Houston area last week including songbirds, raptors and yellow-crowned night herons. Here are some important tips on how to help an orphaned or injured wild animals in Houston or in and around your own community:

(May 24, 2024)

Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center of Texas took in nearly 500 orphaned or injured wild animals after a catastrophic storm hit the greater Houston area last week including songbirds, raptors and yellow-crowned night herons. Here are some important tips on how to help an orphaned or injured wild animals in Houston or in and around your own community:

Help A Distressed Animal

Carefully place the orphaned or injured animal in a box with soft rags and a warm (not hot) water bottle, a rice sock, or a heating pad set low until it is safe to get them to the Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center of Texas.

Never attempt to feed or give water to any distressed wildlife as they may have water in their lungs or other serious injuries.

Place them in a warm and quiet environment, away from regular household noise and pets until you can get them to the Houston SPCA’s Wildlife Center of Texas or your local rehabilitator.

Other Ways to Help

Remove dirt, debris from birdbaths and fill with clean water.

Put out extra birdseed or suet in your yard.

Check under trees in your neighborhood for injured or orphaned wildlife hidden under fallen branches and get them to the Center as soon as possible.

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