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Welcome to Texas Metro Wildlife Rehabilitators

Who are we?

We are a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization of state-permitted wildlife rehabilitators. All our members are volunteers and reside in Tarrant and the surrounding counties. We take in hundreds of wild animals every year and we need your help so we can assist other wildlife in need. We do not receive any monetary help from any local or government agencies. We depend solely on public donations.

Our Mission

Texas Metro Wildlife Rehabilitators primary mission is the rehabilitation and subsequent release of ill, injured, or orphaned native wildlife back to their natural habitats.

What do we do?

We rehabilitate small mammals like cottontails, opossums, squirrels, raccoons, bats, and skunks. Our organization also provides continuing education programs to our members and educates the public regarding the needs of our wild neighbors. Every year we take in and care for hundred of wild animals and release them back to their natural habitats.

Donations

You can help us by donating items from our wish list, or you can make an online donation.

Contact Us

Our non-emergency email: txmwr@yahoo.com

Our email is checked daily and should only be used for general correspondence. If you have a wildlife emergency, do not email us. Instead, call the DFW Coalition hotline at the number listed below.

Wildlife Emergency!

If you have a wildlife emergency, call the DFW Coalition hotline at 1-972-234-9453. One of their volunteers will assist you. If the animal you found is in need of help, they will refer you to a wildlife rehabilitator.

Upcoming Events
Class: Wildlife Rehabilitation Basics: Advanced Topics (Day 1 of 2)
Sat Jun 2, 2018 9:00am
Class: Wildlife Rehabilitation Basics: Advanced Topics (Day 2 of 2)
Sun Jun 3, 2018 9:00am
Class: Opossum Care
Sat Jun 23, 2018 8:30am
Class: Raccoon Care
Sat Jun 23, 2018 1:00pm
TMWR General Meeting
Sun Jul 15, 2018 2:00pm
Story Book
Sometimes it takes a village to rehab a squirrel
Sometimes it takes a village to rehab a squirrel
That was the case of Didi, a six week old female squirre...
Cottontails
Cottontails
It takes only a few weeks to rehab a cottontail; and alt...
Baby Raccoon
Baby Raccoon
Alice has just taken in this tiny baby female raccoon, w...