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Friends of Texas Wildlife supports the rehabilitation of native Texas wildlife and promotes co-existence of wildlife and people through education.
What We Do
Friends of Texas Wildlife is a group of trained and permitted volunteers who provide care for injured, displaced and orphaned wildlife in Montgomery and surrounding Counties. We support the rehabilitation of native Texas wildlife and promote co-existence of wildlife and people through education.
We are the only wildlife rescue group based in Montgomery County with rehabbers permitted by U.S. Fish & Wildlife and Texas Parks & Wildlife Departments. We receive no money from either of these organizations. Our ability to care for the thousands of animals we receive each year is entirely dependent on donations, memberships, and money raised at our fundraisers.
Friends of Texas Wildlife
Giving Wildlife a Second Chance®
Call Us: 281-259-0039
Open Monday—Saturday 10 am-2 pm
For Assistance after hours, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
UNFORTUNATELY, WE CANNOT PROVIDE ASSISTANCE ON A 24-HOUR BASIS. WE ARE A VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION, UNPAID AND UNFUNDED TO PROVIDE THE SERVICES WE DO.
Intake Center: 29615 Highland Boulevard, Magnolia, TX 77354
As we are not open on a full-time basis, please call before bringing animals to our center to be sure we are open and ready to assist you. Thank you!
I Found An Animal - What should I Do
What should I Do?
If you find a baby animal? Please refer to species specific information (such as Baby Squirrel information) found under the Information Tab.
If you find a baby bird? Please refer to the Baby Bird Information found under the Information Tab.
If you find a fawn? Until they are two weeks old (or older) and strong enough to keep up with their mother, it it normal for fawns to be found alone, curled up in the grass. THEY ARE NOT ABANDONED. Please refer to the Baby Deer (Fawn) information found under the Information tab. Please do not be a fawn-napper.
Injured adult deer? call Game Warden dispatch at 512-389-4848
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