South Plains Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, Inc.

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   Baby Bird Season is Here!


   If you find a baby bird, PLEASE take a few minutes to read "Baby Birds 101" above, before calling or coming to the Wildlife Center.  The article is at the top of this page on the left. Please rescue, when necessary and don't kidnap healthy youngsters!


Our (wild Barn Owls) owl cam is streaming live now on YouTube.com - to see it, put SouthPlains Wildlife Center in the search bar or the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nI-IvnBk5Y
If you "subscribe" it should come up whenever you pull up YouTube or click on the icon on a phone or iPad.
The owls are nesting in the cupola in our barn, where they nested since 1988 - and then returned after our barn renovation was complete several years ago!

We don't feed the owls...they come and go at night/early morning to hunt. 

Kudos to Gail Barnes who wanted this owl cam for two years, and now it's up and running! Enjoy!!

     Thank you to the Ruth Wright Endowment for Animals, a component of the Community Foundation of West Texas, for a recent grant of $5,000 to help with wildlife care. 


We thank them for their past and present gift and for their generous support of our efforts for wildlife.


          SPWRC is now in it's 30th year!


Photo: Young Virginia Opossums in a crocheted "nest."

Plan a Birthday Party at SPWRC!
Click on "More" on the toolbar on upper right, and scroll down to see several pages with Birthday Party information! Give the staff plenty of notice so they will be available and not off-site doing education programs.

VOLUNTEERS ARE ALWAYS 

NEEDED AT SPWRC!


Click on the tab 

Volunteer Opportunities above


We're open 24/7 and every day of the year from early morning until dusk. Things slow down in fall, but  we always need volunteers for animal care, housekeeping and yard work. Call us at 799-2142 if you have  even a few hours you can donate to help wildlife!





Our  interns made an Instagram!

 It's @southplainswildlife, and we'll be posting photos and videos of the animals that come in, along with our ambassadors so everyone will be able able to view them!