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Wildlife center seeks public's help after storm damage
AdVantage News
DOW — Damaging wind gusts, torrential downpours, and hail brought havoc to TreeHouse Wildlife Center in the form of downed trees and enclosure damage to the resident animal and patient caging at the wildlife rehabilitation center. Following assessment ...



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Wildlife volunteerism blends with passions for Lone Star student
Chron.com
Film and wildlife go hand in hand for Lone Star College-CyFair student Edwin Campos. Through volunteerism at the Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Coalition Wildlife Center, Campos was able to join his passion for film and experience working with the ...



Golf tourney to raise funds for wildlife rescue center
Daily Astorian
Golfers of all skill levels are eligible to play in the scramble tournament, which will benefit the wildlife rehabilitation center by providing funds needed to care for, feed and treat hundreds of injured, orphaned and starving wild birds and other ...



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Rabid cat attacks in Pickens County
Anderson Independent Mail
State health officials have announced that someone was attacked by a rabid cat in Pickens County last week. The unidentified victim is being treated "after being potentially exposed to rabies by a stray cat that tested positive for the disease ...
DHEC confirms rabies in stray cat in UpstateWYFF Greenville
Rabid stray cat attack in PickensWSPA.com

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Scientists On Case Of Deadly Bat Disease Discover New Clues
KLCC FM Public Radio
According to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, three species of bats have now tested positive for the fungus, but only two have showed signs of white nose syndrome. The latest sick bat was found in April of this year. The fungus has been ...

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Golf tournament to raise funds for wildlife center
Chinook Observer
Wildlife Center of the North Coast (WCNC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Oregon corporation that specializes in wildlife rescue and rehabilitation of resident and migratory birds, mammals and other creatures naturally occurring in Oregon. The Center is ...

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Scientists On Case Of Deadly Bat Disease Discover New Clues
KUOW News and Information
According to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, three species of bats have now tested positive for the fungus, but only two have showed signs of white nose syndrome. The latest sick bat was found in April of this year. The fungus has been ...

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Watch: 'Swimming' Bald Eagle Rescued by Bystanders
National Geographic
... had to help this bird as we feared it would die," she said. Once the bystanders pulled the eagle from the water, they contacted Canada's Department of Natural Resources, who then brought the eagle to the nearby Cobequid Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.



It's always best to leave animals right where they are found
Mulletwrapper
The more time you spend outdoors, the more likely you are to eventually encounter a wild animal that appears to be in need of rescue. If you discover wildlife that seems to be in need, the first thing to remember is that, despite appearances, this is ...



Herald and News

Connecting with wildlife
Herald and News
... at the Badger Run Rehabilitation center on Tuesday, August 1. Maya was brought to the center after being hit by a car. When it was decided that it would be impossible to release her back into the wild, Maya became an amabassador animal for the center.


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