South Plains Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, Inc.

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"Titan" is a Great horned Owl and one of our "wildlife ambassadors." He is the only live mascot in the LISD school system, and the proud mascot of the new Jayne Anne Miller Elementary School.


He's been to many environmental education programs at the Miller school and elsewhere.

Gail Barnes and other volunteers also often travel to outlying communities to teach children and adults about area wildlife and the role these birds, mammals and reptiles play in our environment. 


If your Scout, civic, church, school or other organization would like to meet some of our wild ambassadors in person, call Gail at the Center (806-799-2142). There is a nominal charge for outreach presentations, and programs are often booked well in advance.


Did you find a baby bird 

or  baby mammal?

READ BABY BIRDS 101 ON THIS SITE

CLICK ON "MORE" ON THE TOP RIGHT TOOLBAR AND SCROLL DOWN TO COTTONTAILS 101. THOSE ARE GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR OTHER BABY MAMMALS, TOO.

  27 Years serving wildlife on the Texas South Plains and beyond


SPECIAL EVENTS AND DATES WILL BE POSTED HERE!  OUR NEXT OPEN HOUSE: TO BE ANNOUNCED - LIKELY IN LATE FALL OR AROUND HOLIDAYS WHEN OUR BARN PROJECT AND WATERFOWL FACILITY ARE COMPLETE OR NEARLY SO