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Photos: Orphaned grizzly cub from Montana settles into Washington wildlife park
Montana Standard
The bear was taken to Montana Wild, a Helena rehabilitation center operated by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, before being moved to Washington. The wildlife center has also accepted a male grizzly bear cub from Alaska. That bear was discovered ...

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fox6now.com

'Transformed:' WHS officials share photos of coyote treated for mange
fox6now.com
MILWAUKEE — Officials with the Wisconsin Humane Society's Wildlife Rehabilitation Center on Thursday, Sept. 20 shared dramatic photos of a coyote suffering from sarcoptic mange — who has made incredible progress in just a few weeks.



Globalnews.ca

Take a walk on the wildlife side as centre hopes to fund further animal care
Globalnews.ca
From squirrels to bald eagles to bobcats, the Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre takes in sick, injured or orphaned wild animals with the goal of releasing them back into the wild when they're ready. In an average year, the centre cares for roughly ...



WDJT

Wildlife Rehabilitation Center transforms young coyote suffering from mange
WDJT
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Wisconsin Humane Society Wildlife Rehabilitation Center transformed a young coyote suffering from mange into a healthy animal. According to a Facebook post, the young coyote was brought in with sarcoptic mange which is a ...



Your questions about Red Tide's attack on Pinellas County answered
WRAL.com
Are other wildlife affected? Yes, seabirds and shorebirds that eat fish have been showing symptoms of neurological problems. Wildlife rehabilitation experts have rescued and treated quite a few laughing gulls and other species. Does the county also ...

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KVAL

African porcupine found wandering around Washington neighborhood gets care at Oregon Zoo
KVAL
“Thankfully, a local wildlife rehabilitation organization was able to find her and bring her to the zoo where she could get the care she needs.” The sharp-quilled rodent is now settling in behind the scenes at the zoo's veterinary medical center. They ...
Rare porcupine who wandered Washington streets gets temporary stay at Oregon ZooKPTV.com
African porcupine eluded capture on Spanaway streets for over a yearThe News Tribune

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Tribune-Review

Westmoreland happenings - Sept. 24 and beyond
Tribune-Review
... 532 W. Pittsburgh St., Greensburg. • Wildlife Works, a local nonprofit wildlife rehabilitation organization, fundraising dance, 6-10 p.m. Saturday, Kecksburg Fire Hall. Cost: $25, include sdinner, disc jockey, basket raffles, silent auction, 50/50 ...



KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News

Meet the 'power couple' that cares for orphaned bear cubs, bobcats and other wildlife
KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News
WETMORE – Out at the Sanders' place in Wetmore, they welcome nearly every type of Colorado animal in need of rehabilitation. For more than 30 years, this power couple has cared for more than 200 orphaned bear cubs at Wet Moutain Wildlife ...



Tampa Bay Times

Blocked: People are building their own barriers to block Red Tide
Tampa Bay Times
Some 20 endangered red knots were picked up from Pinellas beaches and taken to wildlife rehabilitation centers this week, according to Lorraine Margeson, an avid birder who monitors nesting behavior at Fort DeSoto. The Red Tide algae bloom was first ...

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Free to be wild: County board of adjustments grants wildlife animal hospital conditional use permit
Richmond Register
Others noted that while there are several wildlife rehab centers in the state, few are nearby. When someone found an injured wild animal, they were left with two options: to take it to an animal hospital that could try to get the animal to a ...


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