Injured/orphaned Raptor?

FOUND AN INJURED RAPTOR?  Call us at 972-442-7607.

What to do if you find a baby raptor.  Find the answer in our FAQ to see if it needs help or should be left alone. BPRC partners with many city animal control offices, veterinarians and other rehabilitators in the area to get injured raptors to us. Some of our local animal control partners include:  Plano, Richardson, Allen and Collin County. In Dallas, Eastlake Veterinary Hospital (214-342-3100) near White Rock Lake and Summertree Bird Clinic (972-387-4168) at Inwood and the Tollway, will accept injured raptors – but they must be dropped off at their locations.

You can also bring injured raptors to BPRC between the hours of 9am to 4pm 7 days a week. Our address is 1625 Brockdale Park Road, Lucas TX 75002. Please call first to make sure we are available (972) 442-7607, as we may be out rescuing another raptor or at an education presentation.

If you have found other injured animals, visit the DFW Wildlife Coalition website at www.dfwsildlife.org.

August 3, 2015 Blackland Prairie Raptor Center started a rehabilitation program for birds of prey, including a clinic, kennels to let the birds heal and large flight cages to help them prepare for life in the wild. We are now accepting raptors to the program. Please call 972-442-7607 to report a injured or orphaned raptor.

For other wildlife, you can find wildlife rehabbers through the Texas Parks and Wildlife website.

There is lots of great information and resources available on the web to learn more about raptors and how you can help in the conservation efforts.
We list a few of our favorite resources here.

Thank you for caring about the wildlife of north Texas!

 

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