The Community Rewards Program runs from August through July; so last year's program ended on July 31, 2014. It is time to re-enroll so Friends of Texas Wildlife can continue to receive donations when you shop.
Please go to www.krogercommunityrewards.com, click on "enroll now", sign in to your account (or create a new one if you were not enrolled), select Friends of Texas Wildlife as your charity (#80094).
Spring and summer are our busiest times of the year. We are caring for hundreds of animals, everything from songbirds to fawns. Here's what we need most right now:
Thank you to local media outlets for helping to publicize the impact recent heavy rains and flooding are having on area wildlife. We have taken in many displaced fawns, raccoons, and birds of all types (songbirds, hawks, owls, and wading birds). Follow the below links to read more:
Friends of Texas Wildlife would like to thank the following companies for donating gift cards and/or auction items for our upcoming wine and beer tasting:
Friends of Texas Wildlife will host their 5th annual fall festival, A Night in the Forest, on Saturday, November 16 from 3 to 8 p.m. at W.G. Jones Forest, 1328 FM 1488, Conroe, TX (just north of The Woodlands).
Today it was announced that the Spring Creek Greenway Project will partner with Friends of Texas Wildlife. The Spring Creek Greenway Project will connect and protect 12,000 acres on both sides of Spring Creek.
We get many telephone calls every day wanting to know about helping wildlife in need. Sometimes the animal does truly need help while other times what is observed is simply misunderstood normal behavior. The goal of this article is to help you know the difference.