Springtime Baby Shower April 15 – 24, 2022

Spring is in the air and that means baby season!

Each year between March and June we receive an exponential increase in calls about injured or orphaned baby animals. Caring for these little creatures takes quite a bit more effort and a lot of patience, with some species requiring feeding every 30 minutes!

Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, or right here as we share some of the cutest babies that come in for care and learn a little more about what it takes to raise young wildlife in order to release them back into the wild as capable adults.

Spring Raffle

Help welcome the new babies

Use our Amazon baby registry to send us needed supplies to care for all of the little ones that come in. We go through endless amounts of formula, feeding and cleaning supplies, and warm places to snuggle.

Amazon Registry
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Help! I found a baby,
what should I do?

Just because a baby is alone doesn’t mean that it isn’t safe and needs our help. Sometimes it’s just nature’s process for protecting the baby or teaching it how to survive. Before stepping in, please take a look at our useful instructions for common wildlife in our area.

Found Animal Instructions
Baby Cottontails

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About us

All Things Wild Rehabilitation, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit located in Georgetown, Texas, that promotes respect and compassion for all wildlife through public education and awareness and rehabilitates sick, injured, orphaned, and displaced wildlife and releases them back into the appropriate habitat.

This past year, All Things Wild took in approximately 2,000 animals representing over 60 different species. Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation is only possible thanks to the generosity of donors like you and our dedicated volunteers and staff who work tirelessly to care for our wildlife.

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