How to Help Injured and Abandoned Wildlife During Hurricane Season

Should you touch that baby bird or bunny?

By Kaitlyn Miller 

Kaitly Miller Baby Dove getting helped at the Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Coalition.

LAST WEEK, AS I WALKED TOWARD THE DOOR FUMBLING WITH MY KEYS, I almost missed what a thunderstorm had left in my front yard while I was carrying in my takeout: a tiny bird’s nest lying on the grass. I approached with fingers crossed, and I found two baby birds that had fallen victim to the downpour. Only one was still breathing. Over the next two hours, I hatched a plan to save the little guy’s life. Thanks to the staff at the Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Coalition (TWRC), a Houston nonprofit that provides emergency care and rehabilitation for injured and orphaned animals, I was able to.

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