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Video: Rehabilitating Injured Wildlife In Houston

Birds, squirrels and more are sustaining more injuries as a result of the city’s growth.

As Houston grows, the city’s wildlife population has fewer places to live than ever before. As a result, more wild animals are getting injured due to human interaction.

However, those animals have an ally in the Wildlife Center of Texas — an organization that rehabilitates injured wildlife and educates the public on the importance of coexisting with the creatures around us.

This story originally aired on PBS NewsHour Weekend on Sunday, November 23. PBS NewsHour Weekend airs Saturdays and Sundays at 6 p.m. on TV 8.

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