A glimps into the world of wildlife rehabilitation…the world through a rehabber's eyes.

The Wildlife Center at Crosstimbers Ranch (WCCR)

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization opperating out of Terrell Texas. We are the only wildlife center in Northeast Texas, and the first and only wildlife education and rehabilitation school in the nation, our flagship program is called the WREN (wildlife rehabilitation education network) project.

WCCR rehabilitates all native Texas species (except birds, which fall under a different permit), but we specialize in the North American Bobcat. We are the highes volume bobcat rehabilitation center in the Nation, and also house NBRR (national bobcat rescue and research). Currently, WCCR/NBRR intakes and rehabilitates more than 15 times the number of bobcats than any other facility in the nation.

We are working towards creating a fully opperational hands on teaching facility at our site, and are in need of major funding to keep growing, and to keep our doors open.

http://www.crosstimberswildlife.org

2 responses

  1. Denise Revely

    My daughter and her boys were exploring in the woods today and came across a baby bobcat no more than a week old. They took her (she thinks) home and wants to turn her over to a rescue, who can she contact? Her name is Stephanie phone 972-333-8805. I am Denise @ 469-879-2638

    November 19, 2012 at 12:11 am

    • Hi Denise,

      I have already sent you an email, but I wanted to ensure that I was able to get ahold of you, and use this opportunity to inform anyone else out there who may be reading and wondering the same thing. Please see if you can get pictures of the kitten and email them to getwild@crosstimberswildlife.org and also to me at kari@crosstimberswildlife.org so that we can verify that it is a bobcat. If it is, we are more than happy to put the little one into our program. Where are you guys located? Please email me back as soon as possible! Bobcats are extremely delicate at that age!

      November 19, 2012 at 9:54 pm

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