I recently partnered with Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center to celebrate and help support the amazing work they’re doing with Texan avian wildlife.

Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is the largest all-species avian rehabilitation and education center of its kind in North Texas. At any given time, more than 1,000 protected birds, of various species, reside at the center. Over the last decade, RWRC has provided medical treatment and care for more than 40,000 birds.

Through this initiative, I was introduced to Pearl, a Barn Owl who has been recuperating at the center. Pearl is one of the most popular birds in residence at the center, and she has quite the following on Facebook. In fact, the piece I created to support the center, Pearl and Friends, focuses on Pearl and…well, some of her feathered friends.

Buy a 'Pearl & Friends' T-Shirt or Hoodie

After many months, Pearl’s rehabilitation is complete. Yesterday, she was released into the wild.

Kathy Rogers, founder of Rogers Wildlife, has been posting some beautiful photos of Pearl’s release, and I’m told video is to follow soon. You can view the photos on the Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center’s Facebook page.

Celebrate Pearl’s release! Check out Pearl & Friends (below). We still have t-shirts, hoodies, and tote bags left. The fundraiser ends this Saturday, October 8th, so be sure to place your orders before then. $8 from each purchase goes to support the efforts and programs being conducted at the center.

For more information about Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, visit the link below.

A few weeks ago we were contacted by Kevin Halfhill*, who wanted to design a piece of art and merchandise that…

Posted by Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center on Friday, September 23, 2016