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If you have found an injured or orphaned wild animal please carefully put it in a box and keep it somewhere warm and quiet out of harms way such as your utility room. Please do not place baby birds or mammals in an air conditioned room as they can die quickly. Also please do not try to feed it anything. Baby birds do not need water and you can easily drown them by placing liquids in their mouth. Many times if an injured or orphaned wild animal is left outside in the same place it will get attacked by another animal or be eaten by fire ants. Please don't leave them defenseless. If it is a rapture try throwing a blanket over it and putting the whole bundle (loosely) in a box or large container.
We will always accept song birds, birds of prey and bats dropped off at our location to be transferred to a licensed wildlife care facility. Since we are caring for hundreds of animals ourselves each day we are un-able to travel to pick up wildlife. Please call (281) 485-1900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. You may have to leave a message but your call will be returned as soon as possible.
You can also contact Wildlife Rehab. And Education at: