TWRC Wildlife Center opens in The Woodlands
Injured, ill or abandoned wildlife can now receive treatment at the TWRC Wildlife Center's new location in The Woodlands.
The Woodlands office opened July 23 for the public to bring distressed animals for treatment at 1118 Pruitt Road. Hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
The opening of The Woodlands center was a collaboration between TWRC Wildlife Center Vice President Cheryl Meyer-Conley, Co-President of The Woodlands Development Company Alex Sutton, Montgomery County Commissioner Precinct 3 Ed Chance, Special Counsel Precinct 3 Robert Collins and Bayou Land Conservancy Executive Director Jennifer Lorenz. The resulting agreement granted the use of the building that houses the center near the Montgomery County Preserve.
"We are thrilled to have the support of Commissioner Chance and Special Counsel Collins on this important initiative to provide The Woodlands and surrounding communities with a comprehensive wildlife rehabilitation program, as well as fun, educational programs focused on conservation and living in harmony with the wildlife all around us," said TWRC Wildlife Center President Karen Moody in a press release.
If a wild animal is found, the TWRC Wildlife Center can be contacted for assistance at 713-468-8972.
The TWRC Wildlife Center is a non-profit organization that provides care for wildlife and educational programming for the public. The main branch is located at 10801 Hammerly Blvd., in Houston. For more information or to volunteer, visit twrcwildlifecenter.org.
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