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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TWRC will be CLOSED on July 4th!

Houston Humane Society TWRC Wildlife Center will be CLOSED on Monday, July 4th in honor of Independence Day! We will re-open on Tuesday, July 5th for normal operations.
Should you need immediate wildlife assistance, please visit Animal Help Now at to obtain a list of wildlife rehabbers in your area. Otherwise, call us at 713-468-TWRC (8972), leave a message, and we'll contact you when we return on July 5. 

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