The Texas State Aquarium is doing incredible work to protect and preserve the marine life in the state of Texas. In March, they will open the new Port of Corpus Christi Wildlife Rescue Center, allowing visitors to witness the incredible work they are doing first hand.
The Texas State Aquarium has been operating a wildlife rescue program since the mid-90s, and it is the leading program in the state. They have helped sea turtles frozen during the winter months, injured dolphins, and many other marine animals. Until now, the program has been operating offsite, but with the new Wildlife Rescue Center, visitors will be able to see the work being done in real time.
The Wildlife Rescue Center will feature a hospital setting where the animals live and recover, as well as the only CAT scan available for wildlife in the state of Texas. Guests will be able to see the animals in different states of care, with bandages and other treatments.
The Texas State Aquarium is doing incredible work to protect and preserve the marine life in the state of Texas. With the new Wildlife Rescue Center, visitors will be able to witness first hand the incredible work being done to help the endangered species and make sure Texas is a great place for nature.
The Wildlife Rescue Center will be a great way to learn more about the animals in the area and foster an appreciation for Texas Nature. It will also be a great way to inspire the next generation to take care of the environment and preserve the legacy of the wildlife in Texas.