TWRC Wildlife CenterTWRC Wildlife Center is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization operated by an efficient, dedicated volunteer and part-time staff consisting of permitted rehabilitators, students, seniors, professionals, and animal lovers. TWRC, as we are known, was Houston’s first urban wildlife emergency and rehabilitative care facility. Since our founding in 1979, we have had over 135,000 injured, orphaned, or ill wild animals pass through the hands of our caring volunteers.

Our Mission: To promote environmental conservation through public education and rehabilitation of Texas wildlife. View Our Video

Our Location
10801 Hammerly Blvd., #200 Houston, TX 77043

High-Season Hours
Memorial Day hours:  10 am to 3 pm
Upcoming Events
Recent News
  • FAWN IN FRONT YARD

    DON’T RESCUE ME

    By Cheryl Conley, TWRC Wildlife Center If you came across a fawn in your yard with mom nowhere in site, …

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  • Did You Find A Baby Bird

    Did You Find a Baby Bird?

    During the spring, TWRC Wildlife Center receives many calls regarding young birds that have fallen from the nest. Some are …

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  • Humming Bird

    Living in Harmony

    By Cheryl Conley, TRWC Wildlife Center Whenever I plant something new, I swear I can hear the deer spreading the …

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  • TWRC Guest Speaker Icon

    Guest Speaker Series

    Announcing our April guest speaker: Christine Mansfield Katy Prairie Conservancy Christine works with the conservation and education departments of KPC …

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