Our resource section is a collection of articles, flowcharts, and video clips to educate and empower you to solve most common wildlife conflicts, as well as to determine whether an animal you have found needs help, and if so, how to rescue it.
BABY  -  I Found a Baby Bird - Now What? 1 view
BABY/ADULT  -  On the Ground/Hitting Windows 4
BIRD (General)  -  Feathered Frustration 4
CROW  -  Solving Problems with Crows 2 view
DUCK  -  Solving Urban Duck Problems 3 view
PIGEON  -  Solving Problems with Pigeons 2 view
WOODPECKER  -  Solving Problems with Woodpeckers 2 view
ARMADILLO - Armadillo Facts 8 view
ARMADILLO - Armadillo Pests 7 view
BABY  -  I Found a Baby Mammal - Now What? 1 view
BAT  -  Bats in your Belfry? 3 view
BAT - Don't Touch That! view
BATS - Additional Information 6 view
BEAR  -  Living with Black Bears 3 view
BEAVER  -  Solving Problems with Beavers 2 view
BEAVER  -  Wetlands and Wildlife Home Page view
COYOTE  -  Bear-ly Room [Urban Crowding] 4
COYOTE - Coyotes in Our Midst, by Camilla H. Fox and Christopher M. Papouchis view
COYOTE  -  HSUS Coyote Page 2 view
COYOTE  -  HSUS - Hazing Guidelines 2 view
COYOTE  -  HSUS - Preventing Conflicts 2 view
COYOTE  -  HSUS - Solutions for Conflicts 2 view
COYOTE  -  Living With Coyotes and Foxes 3 view
DEER -  Living With Deer 3 view
DEER  -  Deer Dilemma 4
FOX  -  The Red & the Gray 2 view
FOX  -  Living With Coyotes and Foxes 3 view
MOLE  -  Solving Problems with Moles 2 view
OPOSSUM  -  Solving Problems with Opossums 2 view
RABBIT  -  Rabbits, General Information  2 view
RABBIT  -  Rabbits Eating Your Plants? 5 view
RABBIT  -  Solving Problems with Rabbits 2 view
RACCOON  -  Solving Raccoon Problems 3 view
RACCOON  -  Solving Problems with Raccoons 2 view
RACCOON  -  In the Dumpster? 4

RACCOON  -  In Your Home? 4

SQUIRREL  -  Living With Squirrels 3 view
SQUIRREL  -  Solving Problems with Squirrels 2 view
SKUNK  -  Solving Problems with Skunks 2 view
SKUNK  -  Solving Skunk Problems 3 view
SKUNK  -  Skunk Odor 4
SKUNK  -  Skunk Stuck? 4
WOODCHUCK  -  Solving Woodchuck Problems 3 view
WOODCHUCK  -  Woodchuck in Your Garden? 4
ALLIGATORS - Alligator Awareness in Tarrant and Wise Counties 9 view
ALLIGATORS - Alligator Facts 9 view
ALLIGATORS - Distribution of American Alligators in Texas 9 view
ALLIGATORS - Texas Parks and Wildlife Alligator Page 9 view
SNAKES  -  Solving Problems with Snakes 2 view
Wildlife Issues, General
INTRUDER - Link to Massachusetts SPCA Intruder Excluder view
ORPHAN  -  Apparent Orphan? 4
ORPHAN  -  Is the Animal Really an Orphan? 3 view
PLANTS  -  Rabbits Eating Your Plants? 5 view
RETAIL GUIDE - Humane Society of the United States view
TRAPPING  -  Alternate Solutions 5


Humane Solutions
L I N K   T O   M S P C A

1. Healers of the Wild: People Who Care For Injured and Orphaned Wildlife by Shannon K. Jacobs, (c)1998 Coyote Moon Press, P.O. Box 6867, Denver CO.
2. The Humane Society of the United States (www.hsus.org) presents a lot of information on urban wildlife on their website at http://www.humanesociety.org/animals/wild_neighbors/
3. The following articles are taken from the Coexisting With Wildlife Fact Sheet Series. This series of articles deals with humane solutions to urban wildlife problems. These articles were published by The Fund for Animals which merged with the Humane Society of the United States.

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4. Video clips provided courtesy of The Fund for Animals, www.fund.org. You may download the appropriate media player for Windows:


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5. Courtesy of Living with Wildlife, www.livingwithwildlife.org.
6. Courtesy of James Wright, DVM, MPVM, Regional Zoonosis Veterinarian, Texas Dept. of State Health Services; and Barbara French, Conservation Information Specialist, Bat Conservation International, http://www.batcon.org/home
7. For up-to-date product information find Arbico Organics on the web at www.arbico-organics.com.
8. Armadillo Facts from Michigan State University; visit www.msu.edu or www.msu.edu/~nixonjos/armadillo/facts.html.
9. Texas Parks and Wildlife; visit www.tpwd.state.tx.us
MORE Another excellent source of information used by the hotline volunteers is the text, Wild Neighbors - The Humane Approach to Living with Wildlife, from the Humane Society of the United States, edited by John Hadidian, Guy R. Hodge, and John W. Grandy, published by Fulcrum Publishing (www.fulcrum-books.com), ISBN #1-55591-309-1