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Giving Wildlife a Second Chance

Friends of Texas Wildlife supports the rehabilitation of native Texas wildlife and promotes co-existence of wildlife and people through education.


8 Aug. 2014 Posted by Center Director in News from the Center

Time to Re-Enroll in Kroger Community Rewards

The Community Rewards Program runs from August through July; so last year's program ended on July 31, 2014.  It is time to re-enroll so Friends of Texas Wildlife can continue to receive donations when you shop.

Please go to www.krogercommunityrewards.com, click on "enroll now", sign in to your account (or create a new one if you were not enrolled), select Friends of Texas Wildlife as your charity (#80094).  

4 Aug. 2014 Posted by Center Director in News from the Center

6th Annual Fall Festival

SAVE THE DATE!  New this year:  Zombie Walk in the Forest (advance ticket sales required).  Costumes and makeup encouraged!  To purchase tickets for the Zombie Walk, click on the donate link and in special instructions put "ZOMBIE"; cost is $19.99 per person.  Tickets will be held for you at the ticket booth at the event.  All other ticket sales for attractions (petting zoo, hayride, food, and face painting) will be for sale at the event.  Admission to grounds and parking are free.  Vendors still wanted!

1 Aug. 2014 Posted by Center Director in News from the Center
29 Jun. 2014 Posted by Center Director in News from the Center
4 Jun. 2014 Posted by Center Director in News from the Center

What We Need Most Right Now...

Spring and summer are our busiest times of the year.  We are caring for hundreds of animals, everything from songbirds to fawns.  Here's what we need most right now: