by Catherine Johnson
Last weekend, three members of our Texas Master Naturalist chapter traveled to Williamson County to attend the holiday fundraiser hosted by All Things Wild Rehabilitation organization.
We saw beautiful wildlife gifts and sampled baked goods.
Since our last visit, many outdoor shelters have been built, including a huge raptor complex. A zoologist provided owl programs and tours to view raptors. It was fascinating!
It’s easy to help out at this valuable organization, which helps so many injured and otherwise needy wild animals. From their website you can sign up for newsletters, get hours of operation, and see lists of needed supplies. They also provide useful information about what to do if you find a wild animal that may be in need.
Consider volunteering with All Things Wild. Master Naturalists can earn volunteer hours under the opportunity – Natural Resource Conservation.