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Texoma woman asks for donations instead of gifts for birthday
KAUZ-TV
A Texoma woman is asking for donations to Kemp Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release instead of gifts for her birthday. Sarah Stiles has raised $170 of her $500 goal and has two weeks left to reach it. The money raised will be used for the organization ...



Winston-Salem Journal

Police officer helps hawk injured after it struck vehicle's windshield on Reynolda Road
Winston-Salem Journal
Red-tailed hawks are the common in eastern North America, according to Adirondack Wildlife Refuge and Rehabilitation Center in Wilmington, N.Y. These hawks prey mostly on rodents, but they will take and eat pigeons, crows, gulls, game birds and ...



KGO-TV

Eagle that fell from Milpitas nest being cared for in Walnut Creek
KGO-TV
A three month old baby bald eagle that fell out of its 70 foot tall nest on Sunday is now at a wildlife rehabilitation hospital in the East Bay. The mother and father bald eagles aren't empty-nesters. They still have another three month old eaglet to ...



East Bay Times

Young bald eagle recovering from two tree falls
East Bay Times
Dr. Allison Daugherty, a veterinarian at the Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital in Walnut Creek, where Lucky was transported Monday night, said that the 8-pound eaglet had a small bruise on its left wing but no major injuries from the spills ...

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The Bellingham Herald

Drowning squirrels is cruel, an animal control officer says, so here's what she's doing
The Bellingham Herald
"One may contact a nuisance wildlife removal service so long as the trapper uses only humane methods," he said in an interview. "Of course, if people find orphaned or injured wildlife, they should contact a reputable wildlife rehabilitation center ...

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Fresno Bee

After dropping from sky, dog-toy loving hawk rescued by Clovis family, police
Fresno Bee
A young red-shouldered hawk had a lucky crash Monday that left him floating in a Clovis swimming pool unscathed, then rescued by a resident and a police officer. Rainer Henkel was working outside his Clovis home when the hawk dropped into his pool.



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Program entertains, educates using 'fowl' ambassadors
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... thing people should do online is search for the nearest wildlife rehabilitator. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has compiled a list of rehabilitators around the state. That list can be found by visiting http://in.gov/dnr/fishwild/files ...



The Bellingham Herald

Drowning squirrels is cruel, an animal control officer says, so here's what she's doing
The Bellingham Herald
"One may contact a nuisance wildlife removal service so long as the trapper uses only humane methods," he said in an interview. "Of course, if people find orphaned or injured wildlife, they should contact a reputable wildlife rehabilitation center ...



Man puts deer on leash, upsets Kentucky wildlife officials - KSLA News 12 Shreveport, Louisiana News Weather & Sports
KSLA-TV
The Louisville Housing Authority told WAVE 3 News the man is not a resident at Park Hill. It is fawn season right now, keeping wildlife educators and rehabilitation experts like those at Second Chances Wildlife busy for more reasons than just Park Hill ...

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Program entertains, educates using 'winged' ambassadors
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Later in the program, Hoover introduced four of her wildlife ambassadors, starting with Susie, the oldest wildlife education ambassador at Hoots to Howls. Susie is a Harris hawk that is native to the Southwest. Susie is 30 years old. Hoover said Harris ...


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