The mission of All Things Wild Rehabilitation, Inc. is to promote respect and compassion for all wildlife through public education and awareness; to rescue and rehabilitate sick, injured, orphaned, and displaced wildlife and release them back into the appropriate habitat; and to provide sanctuary for all animals in need.

Our History

All Things Wild Rehabilitation began in 2012 when a group of wildlife rehabilitators banded together in order to help more wild animals.  The State of Texas granted nonprofit incorporation status in October 2012, and IRS granted 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status in January 2014, retroactive to October 2012.

For seven years, ATW was a home-based organization with volunteer rehabilitators working in their homes. During baby animal season from April to October, utility rooms, spare bedrooms, second bathrooms, and patios were crowded with cages of orphaned, sick, and injured animals.  However, our fortunes improved in April 2018 when we signed a lease for two acres of undeveloped pastureland north of Georgetown.

Our newly-constructed center opened on March 11, 2019, with the capacity to not only feed and care for wild animals but to provide medical care as well.  The center has continued to grow with the addition of diagnostic medical equipment, outside enclosures, and a new education center. We now employ full- and part-time trained staff, supported by volunteers, and offer excellent medical and husbandry care for the approximately 3,000 injured, orphaned, and sick wild patients admitted each year. Volunteers also operate an education program that brings information about wildlife to children and adults.

As we continue to grow and to help more animals, we are very appreciative of the support we have received from our community and from the many businesses that have helped us. Without that support, we would not exist.

Board of Directors

Meet our board of directors