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Ocala

Beloved baby otter rescued in Orange Park died suddenly
Ocala
She was very special to all of us,” said Rashelle Flores, Wildlife Rescue Coalition of Northeast Florida executive director. Two months after her rescue, Daisy, a rambunctious orphan baby river otter, died suddenly at a Jacksonville wildlife ...



Phoenix New Times

Complaints and Animal Deaths Rattled Now-Closed State Wildlife Center
Phoenix New Times
Matthew Wilbur arrived at the Adobe Mountain Wildlife Center to an eerie scene. At the time, Wilbur was working with raptors as a paid college intern for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, which maintained the wildlife rehabilitation center. The ...



Sandusky Register

Give a hoot with Back to the Wild
Sandusky Register
Back to the Wild is a local non-profit wildlife rehabilitation and nature education center that rescues between 1,500 and 2,500 animals per year. The animals that are unable to make full recoveries often become ambassadors for their species, helping to ...



Weld County sees largest exposure of rabies after woman takes in raccoon
Loveland Reporter-Herald
A raccoon found injured in Longmont is seen at Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center near Lyons in June of 2016. A woman who took in a baby raccoon in south Weld County recently exposed 21 people to the animal, which then tested positive for rabies ...

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myfox8.com

Rehabbers help wildlife in the Piedmont Triad
myfox8.com
“And there are very few of us left who do in-home rehabilitation,” said Coe, who's group, Piedmont Wildlife Rehab, does pretty much all the work in Guilford County. “Our rehabilitators are aging out and the new ones are not coming up to take it on ...



A Minnesota farmer has followed her bliss: She finds deep connections within the animal world
Fergus Falls Daily Journal
It all began one summer when Donna was involved in a post-doctoral wildlife rehabilitation project at Oregon State in Corvallis. They were reintroducing various species of injured wildlife (rabbits, opossums and the like) back into suitable wilderness ...



Fox 4

Doctors rush to treat animals impacted by algal blooms
Fox 4
SANIBEL, Fla. - The algal blooms in Lee county is putting the hurt on wildlife. The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) has been busy treating animals because of Red Tide. "We are definitely extending beyond what we normally see," Dr ...

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Great Falls Tribune

Montana grizzly cubs may end up in Canadian zoo
Great Falls Tribune
Three grizzly bear cubs orphaned near Lincoln have likely found a home at one of Canada's premiere zoos, state officials said Tuesday.
Orphaned bear cubs likely found home at Canadian zoo | KECINBC Montana

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KPAX-TV

Montana wildlife department working with Canadian zoo to find home for orphaned bear cubs
KPAX-TV
“Once the cubs arrived at FWP's Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, we knew the best outcome was their placement at a qualified facility,” said FWP spokesman Greg Lemon. Zoo sauvage de Saint-Félicien is a member of the Canadian Accredited Zoos and ...

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The Journal

Burned bear cub gains international attention, seen as symbol of hope
The Journal
“I think anytime humans are helping wildlife, people can empathize,” he said. The bear is now being treated for four severely burned paws at the Frisco Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation Center near Del Norte and is expected to be released back into the wild.


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