- Wildlife Resources (Rescue and Education)
Wildlife Resources (Rescue and Education)
Leanne Dupay, permitted wildlife rehabilitator with Texas Parks & Wildlife 512-694-1811. (She lives in The Hills.) If you find injured or orphaned wildlife, she will treat the injuries and release the animal—or raise the orphaned animal and release it in a safe environment away from urban communities. Leanne can take in needy fawns, raccoons, squirrels, birds, owls, hawks, possums, armadillos, foxes, coyotes, bats, etc.
Emily Ashlock, permitted wildlife rehabilitator with Texas Parks & Wildlife 512-773-5653. If you find injured or orphaned wildlife, she will treat the injuries and release the animal—or raise the orphaned animal and release it in a safe environment away from urban communities.
City of Austin Animal Services (512-974-2000) serves Lakeway. An Animal Protection Officer will come out and likely take the animal to Austin Wildlife Rescue for care (see below).
Austin Wildlife Rescue 512-472-9453 https://www.austinwildliferescue.org/ They are an intake center only and do not pick up animals. The facility is at 5401 E. MLK Jr. Blvd., Austin, TX 78721. Hours are Monday - Sunday 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
All Things Wild is located just north of Georgetown. 512-897-0806 http://allthingswildrehab.org/ Their “Found an animal?” page has specific info on how to handle many species. http://allthingswildrehab.org/found-an-animal/
If appropriate, they may take charge of injured or orphaned wildlife. Their “Contact” page has a lot of helpful info. http://allthingswildrehab.org/contact-us/
Here is a full list from Texas Parks and Wildlife of licensed rehabbers (small mammals, birds, deer, etc.), current as of November 2021.
When the worst happens, contact Lakeway’s Public Works Department (512-608-9000) for dead animal removal. Or, go here to fill out a form online--
Online resources for info on Texas wildlife:
Want more info on our wildlife?
Here is a list of books available at Lake Travis Community Library: