The All Things Wild Rehabilitation education program supports wildlife conservation with a focus on local wildlife through out-reach programs that bring native Texas to you. Part of our mission at All Things Wild Rehabilitation is to promote wildlife conservation by teaching children and adults about the beauty and value of our wildlife. Because Texas wildlife belongs to all of us, we want to encourage stewardship and
appreciation of our native animal species. The continuing loss of habitat brings wildlife in contact with people now more than ever before. It is imperative that people learn about the importance of conserving habitat for wildlife. We will bring our education animals into your classroom, your scout group, your church or service group and talk about wildlife and their role in our environment.
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Photos from a recent educational program Helen, Kim, and Elisabeth did for a San Angelo mother-daughter reunion.
We ask for prior notice, about one month, when scheduling a program. All of our presenters are volunteers, and we may not always be able to fulfill your request. Please also understand that our animal ambassadors may not always want to go on a program, and we will not force them. We ask you to be flexible in what type of animal you expect to see. We also ask for a $25 donation to cover feeding costs for the animals.