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Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation committee set up
Tehran Times
TEHRAN – Iran's Department of Environment has established a committee for wildlife rescue and rehabilitation, the director general of the office for aquatic wildlife of the Department of Environment announced. The committee is formed by a group of ...



North Texas woman proud to be self-taught rabbit rescuer
WRAL.com
"Typically boom years follow rain," Mote said. "We're in the third year of really good habitat conditions." Jacqueline Sutherland, an animal services officer and wildlife rehabilitator in Dallas-Fort Worth, has also noticed the long rabbit seasons in ...

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Wildlife Center: 3rd Bald Eagle Dies of Lead Poisoning
U.S. News & World Report
(AP) — A Pennsylvania wildlife center says a 30-year-old bald eagle that was being treated for lead poisoning has died less than two weeks after two other eagles died of the same cause. The Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center in ...
Bald eagle being treated for lead poisoning dies - GoErie.comGoErie.com
Kiski the bald eagle, who aided recovery of species in Pa ... - TribLIVETribune-Review
Injured bald eagle found in Armstrong County dies | WPXIWPXI Pittsburgh
CBS Pittsburgh / KDKA
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Pennsylvania attorney general issues eclipse glasses warning
WJAC Johnstown
(AP) -- A Pennsylvania wildlife center says a 30-year-old bald eagle that was being treated for lead poisoning has died less than two weeks after two other eagles died of the same cause. The Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center in ...

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Olean Times Herald

Injured bobcat back in wild after treatment by Cornell experts
Olean Times Herald
The bobcat was transferred to licensed wildlife rehabilitator Cindy Page, who housed the bobcat in a small area at first to restrict his activity and allow the bones to heal. After approximately 10 weeks of rest and healing, he was returned to WHC for ...



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PA Wildlife Center: 3rd Bald Eagle Dies Of Lead Poisoning
90.5 WESA
The Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center in Saegertown announced the bird's death on Facebook on Sunday. The bird was captured Aug. 13 after it allowed people to get unusually close. Blood tests confirmed lead poisoning. The center ...
Wildlife Center: 3rd Bald Eagle Dies of Lead PoisoningU.S. News & World Report
Kiski the bald eagle, who aided recovery of species in Pa - TribLIVETribune-Review
Bald eagle being treated for lead poisoning dies - GoErie.comGoErie.com
WPXI Pittsburgh -CBS Pittsburgh / KDKA
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VINS receives $100k gift for environmental education
Vermont Biz
... bird rehabilitation, and research organization headquartered at the VINS Nature Center in Quechee, Vermont. VINS' mission is to motivate individuals and communities to care for the environment through education, research, and avian wildlife ...

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Bald eagle treated for lead poisoning at Tamarack Wildlife Center dies
Meadville Tribune
SAEGERTOWN — A 30-year-old bald eagle being treated for lead poisoning at Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center near Saegertown has died. News of the eagle's death was posted Sunday on the center's social media page on Facebook.

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One Green Planet

This Rescued Grison Is Getting Closer to Returning to the Wild – Just Check Out His Reaction!
One Green Planet
The slender and bushy-tailed Grison may not be the first animal that comes to mind when you think about rescued wildlife. We have to admit, we had no idea what a Grison was before seeing a post from Kids Saving the Rainforest's Wildlife Rescue Center ...



Sarnia Observer

Oil Springs-based Heaven's Wildlife Rescue closes amid funding, volunteer shortfall
Sarnia Observer
Heaven's Wildlife Rescue, the Oil Springs-based organization that for years has taken in injured animals for rehabilitation, has closed. Manager Peggy Jenkins said the operation has been forced to shut its doors – temporarily, she hopes – because of a ...


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