Welcome to Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a 501c3 nonprofit wildlife rescue organization in the Dallas/Fort-Worth metroplex specializing in the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, sick and orphaned birds of all types. Our goal is to restore the health and independence of these precious creatures so that they may be released back into their natural habitat. Rogers Wildlife serves as a sanctuary for the remaining birds, as they are deemed non-releasable due to the extent of their injuries.
Over the last decade, RWRC has provided medical treatment and care for more than forty thousand birds. The majority of birds that we receive come to us with life-threatening injuries as a result of animal attacks, nest displacement (orphaned), automobile strikes, natural/man-made disasters, or abuse. RWRC is entirely dependent on dedicated volunteers and private donations, as it does not receive any federal, state, or local government funding for its rehabilitation and conservation efforts.
The time has come for another baby season! Before we (the dedicated volunteers of rogers wildlife) practically disappear from social media for the next six months, we're asking for a final rally of the troops!
Baby bird season is the busiest time for us. On a typical day we take in about forty baby birds from diligent, open-hearted people from all over North Texas (and that's an easy day)! One day last year we actually took in 78 birds in five hours! Every baby bird that comes to us needs to be fed at approximately 15 minute intervals as well as cleaned up after and taught how to recognize and pick up food items. Many need fluids, stitches, medications or other medical treatments. As always, all donations will be used for the food, medical care, bills, and facility upkeep necessary to keep us up and running.
We rely exclusively on private donors and receive no public funding, so any small help is greatly appreciated. Please help us help these babies, as every little life that comes to us is deserving of respect, love, and as much food as their little tummies could ever want.