Trees for Houston
Texas Campaign for the Environment
Texas Southern University, Barbara Jordan-Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs
Trust for Public Land
TWRC Wildlife Center
Roslyn Even, Executive Director
Liz Compton, Rehab Coordinator
Volunteer Opportunities: Volunteers 15 or older are needed to assist with the daily operations of the Center. Duties include: answering the hotline, caring for the education animals, helping with admissions (for 18 and older), office chores, data entry, and general Center maintenance. Baby Bird Program operates from May through August. Squirrel Program operates February through April and August through October. See website for age requirements and details. The Opossum and Pals Program operates from March through October of every year. Animal Caregivers must be over 18 helpers must be at least 14 years of age.
Education Center: Our summer Wildlife Camps and Saturday Workshops for children (7-15 years) focus on wildlife through games, activities, service projects, interactive learning experiences, and hands-on with animals. Programs include Fur, Feathers & Scales, Team Green, The Babble on Birds, and The Rattle on Reptiles. A Day in Harmony with Wildlife, festivals, school visits, scout programs and other community outreach programs spread wildlife awareness.
Texas Master Naturalists – Heartwood Chapter
Texas Coastal Watershed Program
Dr. John Jacob, Team Leader/Professor
Marissa Sipocz, Urban Wetlands Program Team Leader
Charriss York, Stormwater Projects Coordinator
Steve Mikulencak, Highland Bayou Program Coordinator
Mary Carol Edwards, Stormwater Wetland Program Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org