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Wildlife Rehabilitators for Williamson 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
A New Start Wildlife Rescue & Rehab.AustinSmall mammals, fawns, reptiles and amphibians 512-387-0927 (7am - 7pm)
All Things Wild RehabilitationAustin & SurroundingSmall mammals, fawn, songbirds, raptors, and reptiles/amphibians 512-897-0806 (8am - 8pm) allthingswildrehab@gmail.com
Austin Area Wildlife RehabilitationAustinMammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians512-709-6335
Austin Wildlife Rescue, Inc.AustinMammals (incl. deer), birds, reptiles, amphibians512-472-9453 (anytime), intake hrs: 9am-4pm (intake center: 5401 E. MLK Blvd.)
McCully, ChristineCedar ParkSmall mammals (opossums, raccoons, skunk, armadillo, and squirrels)info@moonshinewildliferehab.org; 512-626-1632 (call or text anytime)
Parker, LisaElginsquirrel, opossum, rabbits, and ringtail(512) 229-3363 (8am to 6pm), squirrelgirl.lisa@gmail.com
Raridon, LynnAustinSmall mammals (specializes in raccoons, opossums and squirrels) can assist with coyotes and foxes512-249-7284 (7a-9p) or 512-461-2355 (24/7)
Sones, EdwardCedar ParkBirds (incl. raptors, swallows, shorebirds only)512-259-5689 (reasonable hours)