Wildlife Information

Quick Overview

Wildlife Rescue

Turtles

Turtles are often found on Texas beaches because they are nesting, injured, or sick. In our area, they do not typically come on shore to sunbathe.

What to do if you have found an injured turtle:

For nesting turtles call (866) TURTLE-5

For injured, sick, or otherwise call (866) TURTLE-5, (361) 749-6763, or (361) 442-7638

birds

It can be difficult to determine when a bird needs assistance. Look for signs of wounds or entanglements. Can it stand or fly? 

What to do if you have found an injured bird:

Call the Texas Sealife Center at (361) 589-4023

other wildlife

Sometimes other wildlife needs our help. This includes snakes, opossums, rabbits, and marine animals.

What to do if you have found other injured wildlife:

Snakes, tortoises, red-eared sliders: Call the Texas Sealife Center at (361) 589-4023

Opossums, squirrels, rabbits: Call UtMSI-ARK at (361) 749-6793

Dolphins or whales: Call TX Marine Mammal Stranding Network at (800) 962-6625

Help support those that help wildlife

we've gone custom!

Thank you to our loyal customers and friends for the concern over the missing Vida Caña on store shelves. The out-of-stocks are due to an industry wide bottle shortage, still lingering from COVID supply-chain issues.

The great news is… we do have plenty of rum! And, this has opened up an opportunity for us to design our own custom glass mold and packaging. The new and improved bottles are in production and expected to arrive in October. We will immediately go to work getting the store shelves filled. 

There’s more to come, and more rum to drink! Thank you for all of your support.