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Wildlife rehab center caring for rare albino cardinal
Toledo Blade
The Nature's Nursery Center for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation Education south of Whitehouse is caring for a young albino cardinal. The bird is primarily white with some peach coloring in its wings and tail along with red eyes. The fledgling ...



cleveland.com

Lake Erie Nature & Science Center provides students with hands-on wildlife education: Morgan Paskert
cleveland.com
Students who have advanced in the program are given the opportunity to care for ill and injured animals admitted to the center's wildlife rehabilitation program, which is the only facility of its kind in Cuyahoga County and treats over 1,500 animals ...



Orange County Government Florida (press release)

Orange County Commissioner Jennifer Thompson Hosts Community Celebration at Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge
Orange County Government Florida (press release)
Back to Nature has been caring for wild animals for more than 27 years, with a mission to rescue, rehabilitate and release injured and orphaned Florida-native wildlife. As a leading wildlife refuge and rehabilitation center, the organization is driven ...

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GoErie.com

8th Edinboro Potterfest works its magic starting Sept. 15
GoErie.com
There's also Quidditch, a Potter trivia contest, owls and other fantastic beasts from the Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center, a “Magic Managed” play and plenty more Potter-themed fun. “The kids especially love it. They come in in ...



Backpacker Magazine

Should Hikers Let Their Dogs Off Leash?
Backpacker Magazine
“I like to let my dog roam off-leash. He usually behaves, but sometimes he chases deer. Is this the natural order of things, or am I a bad dog parent?” –Free-Range in Fayetteville. Dear Free-Range,. Few things in this world bring more joy than a happy ...



Woodlands Wildlife Refuge holding Community Day on Sept. 16
NJ.com
On Sunday, Sept. 16, from 1-5 p.m., Woodlands Wildlife Refuge will hold its annual Community Day offering the public a rare opportunity to visit one of New Jersey's foremost wildlife rehabilitation facilities. Because of the nature of its work ...

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Seattlemag

An Imported Disease Is Threatening Seattle's Local Bat Population
Seattlemag
In April 2017, Chris Anderson, a biologist for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), received a call from a wildlife rehabilitation facility. A hiker had called about a dead bat he'd spotted on a trail near North Bend. Anderson has a ...



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: No reason the seagull had to suffer
newportri.com
The good news is that there is an excellent wildlife rehabilitation service on Aquidneck Island. It's called Wild Newport. It is run by Jody Giddings and she is quick to respond to calls. I contacted her recently when we had an injured rabbit on our ...



Community News For The Vernon Edition
Hartford Courant
This year's featured speaker will be Mary-Beth Kaeser, owner and founder of Horizon Wings from Ashford, a non-profit wildlife rehabilitation center specializing in birds of prey. She will speak at 7 p.m. and will be accompanied by a hawk, a falcon and ...

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CW39

Day in the Life: Texas wildlife rehabber
CW39
HOUSTON — Heather Cragun is committed to healing the state's most fragile creatures. An assistant manager at the Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Houston, she helps the frail gain strength, feeds injured mammals and nurses back to health the ...


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