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Harriet the eagle's second egg likely won't hatch
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Ozzie suffered a series of injuries while fighting M15, and he was taken to a local wildlife rehabilitation center for treatments. He was released back into the wild after three months of care, but M15 delivered fatal blows to Ozzie when the two ...

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PEOPLE.com

Kansas Family Horrified After Game Warden Shoots Pet Deer in Front of Them: 'She Was Part of the Family'
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Taryn's mother Kim Mcgaughey, who brought Faline into her Ulysses, Kansas, home 22 months ago, was in violation of the law by inhabiting the deer since she did not qualify for either domestic deer breeder or wildlife rehabilitation permits in Kansas ...

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Fox 59

Homeowners, wildlife enthusiast oppose Westfield Aurora Development
Fox 59
Heitman bought her Westfield home 10 years ago to start her mission of caring for wildlife. In 1999, she opened Providence Wildlife Rehabilitation Inc. with the goal of rescuing injured animals in Hamilton County and the surrounding areas. Today, she ...

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News-Press Now

Reduced funds causes closure of Operation Wildlife facility
News-Press Now
Diane Johnson, executive director, said the nonprofit organization receives injured or displaced wildlife from the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, the Kansas Highway Patrol and private individuals. It has been providing rehabilitation and ...



The Buck Stops Where? Case Exposes Rift Over Caring for Deer
ABC News
Recent guidelines by New York state officials mandating limited intervention by wildlife "rehabilitators" stirred heated debate and a lawsuit even before last month's case of the white-tailed buck that became a celebrity for about two weeks when it ...

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Ban could prevent rehabbing of injured deer
Kenoshanews (subscription)
Injured and orphaned deer could no longer be cared for by a local wildlife hospital if a ban is enacted due to a deer disease. Fellow Mortals Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Lake Geneva would be affected if a rehabilitation ban is re-instituted in ...



WXXI News

Debate over NYS guidelines on how to help injured wildlife
WXXI News
Recent guidelines by New York state officials mandating limited intervention by wildlife "rehabilitators" stirred heated debate and a lawsuit even before last month's case of the white-tailed buck that became a celebrity for about two weeks when it ...

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Harriet the eagle's second egg likely won't hatch
Firstcoastnews.com
Harriet and M15, a bald eagle pair watched online by millions, are raising their latest generation along Bayshore Road in North Fort Myers. The duo returned during the fall and have since produced two eggs, one of which hatched. The eaglet, called E9, ...

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Harriet the eagle's second egg likely won't hatch
11alive.com
Harriet and M15, a bald eagle pair watched online by millions, are raising their latest generation along Bayshore Road in North Fort Myers. The duo returned during the fall and have since produced two eggs, one of which hatched. The eaglet, called E9, ...

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Daily Astorian

Wildlife Center of the North Coast releases a rescued bald eagle
Daily Astorian
The Eagle was rescued Dec. 8, 2016, after being severely injured from what was likely a territorial bird fight. "I didn't think he was going to make it," said Merten, the center's Wildlife Rehabilitation Technician. This was Merten's first Bald Eagle ...


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