4611 Lake Shore Dr., Wichita Falls, Texas 76310 940-691-0828
SEVERE WINTER STORM Feb 17, 2021 If you find a bird in distress/cold the best way to reach us is via Facebook Messenger. If you don't use Facebook, then call and leave us a voice mail if we don't answer. Another options is to send us an Instagram direct message.
We brought in all our Educational Birds Friday night (Feb. 12) and they are doing fine. Harold the Goose is doing great. Wild Bird Rescue has not lost power so far so we feel blessed. We hope that all our Texoma friends are safe and warm.
Banshee, our resident Barn Owl, has pneumonia and is very sick. He's currently at a veterinary avian specialist in the Dallas area. We're still not sure what his final vet bill will be but we're raising money to help pay for his extended stay, treatment and medicine. Please donate now to Banshee's GoFundMe page. Everyone and everybird, especially Banshee, thank-you for your support!
As of Thursday, Feb. 4 his condition has improved. He's receiving several medications and breathing treatments right now. He's started eating again (a good sign). He's not back to breathing normally yet, but this may be a slow recovery. The vet thinks that we'll be able to bring him home soon.
We still don't know what the final cost of his vet bills will be, but we will keep updating the website. So check back for updates.
Thank-you very much for your donations to support this amazing guy. Banshee is near and dear to our hearts and with your support we're doing everything we can to save him. Thank-you!
We Need Your Help!
Rescuing and caring for sick, injured, and abandoned wild birds is not an easy task. Your financial donation helps to keep our mission and the wild birds we rescue, alive and vibrant. Thank you for your financial support.
Follow this link for a list of items we always use and need: Wish List Please drop off donations at our Rescue Center: 4611 Lakeshore Drive Wichita Falls, TX
Thank-you for supporting the birds and Wild Bird Rescue.
4611 Lake Shore Drive Wichita Falls, Texas 76310
Current Hours of Operation:
7 Days a Week 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. After-hours drop off is available on-site.
Education Building Hours
7 Days a Week 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Come walk around our newest building and view our Avian Ambassadors. Learn more about our mission and the birds that can be found in your own backyard.
Help, I found a baby bird!
It is important to determine if the bird is truly orphaned or abandoned before it is rescued.Call Wild Bird Rescue (940)-691-0828 to discuss your situation. Each instance is unique and we can help determine if the baby needs to be reunited or rescued.
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Educational Bird Exhibit Building - Now Open
This building is open 7 days a week from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. to allow the public to view our Educational Avian Ambassadors. Donations from the public have made this possible and support our mission of rescuing and caring for sick, injured and abandoned wild birds. Thank-you.