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Wildlife Rehabilitators for Bexar County


NOTE: Small mammals do not include deer or deer fawns unless otherwise stated.

Small raptors include smaller birds of prey such as screech owls & kestrels, etc.

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Name City Specialization Contact Information
Camara, MichelleSan AntonioSmall mammals (exlcuding fawns) and Reptiles & Amphibians (excluding alligators) (no deer, raccoons, or alligators)whodat39@gmail.com or 210-272-9621 (8am-10pm)
Garza, GeorgeSan AntonioReptiles and Small mammals (including fawns) (specializes in fawns,foxes, bobcats, coyotes) No birds.210-416-1168 (day) or 210-226-2899 (day) or 210-492-9574 (evening) or nopal05@aol.com
Garza DDS, George LSan AntonioReptiles, Small Mammals (including fawns) and Birds (including raptors) (specializes in raptors, owls, bobcats, coyotes, and fawns) 210-226-2899 (8a-5p) or 210-492-9574 (after 6p) or 210-410-1168 (24/7) or nopal05@aol.com
Last Chance Forever, The Bird of Prey ConSan AntonioBirds (raptors, birds of prey, and eagles)210-499-4080 (9a-5p)
Maxfield, KarenSan AntonioSmall mammals, Deer, Reptiles (excluding Alligators)210-390-7030 (24/7) or 210-385-7800 924/7)
WildLife Rescue & Rehabilitation, Inc;, Lynn CunyKendaliaSmall and large mammals (including fawns), Birds (including raptors), and Reptiles830-336-2725 (24 hours) or info@wildlife-rescue.org

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