Southern Wildlife Rehab, Inc. 

Bat World Alamo

A 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization

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Southern Wildlife Rehab will be hosting a Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation Class, October 1, 2016, 1pm-3pm, HEB Central Market, 4821 Broadway, San Antonio, Texas 78209. This class is for current wildlife rehabilitaion volunteers and those interested in volunteering. Suggested donation of $25 must be paid 24 hours in advance at paypal account: 
Or snail mailed to P.O. Box, 6130, San Antonio, Texas 78209
Make sure you make a note on the payment it is for this class.
(No outside food or drinks allowed. But they can be purchased at Central Market and brought into class.) The class will be held on the second floor in the community room of Central Market.


Southern Wildlife Rehab now has their state educational display permit and USDA permit. We will be able to provide educational classes with live animals. We only keep animals that cannot be rehabilitated and released in the wild but can survive well in captivity. So we have only a limited number of live animals available. See the new education page for the current educational animals we have. 

​Its official, Southern Wildlife Rehab is now also the location for Bat World Alamo! We are proud to be part of Bat World Sanctuary which is accredited organization with both the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries and the American Sanctuary Association!

Ways to help SWR:

Send Fox Valley formula for skunks and squirrels. Ask Nick about the Sponsorship of Goods Program:

Send Miracles nipples or o-ring syringes or Lactated Ringers Solution from Chris' Squirrel Store:

Send hand warmers: ​​

We also use baby blankets, surgical towels and any other unwanted medical supplies.

Make a monetary donation and get this really nifty pen with a stylus on the end. Make sure to make your mailing address clear. 

WE ARE A 501(C)(3) NON-PROFIT     ORGANIZATION (EIN: 47-2845734)



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