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The London Free Press

'Improved care': Salthaven Wildlife rehabilitation centre eyes move to bigger facility
The London Free Press
The Salthaven Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Centre in Mt. Brydges will soon be expanding its footprint in the region when it moves to a new location next year. The London-area organization, which cares for and rehabilitates sick or injured ...



Annual Wildlife Care Association fall photo contest takes flight
Mountain Democrat
Enter often and donate to help the WCA heroes of nature save thousands of injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife every year. The non-profit wildlife rehabilitation volunteers depend on the community for their support giving wildlife a second chance ...



CBC.ca

Salthaven Wildlife Rehab centre is moving and expanding
CBC.ca
A southwestern Ontario wildlife rehabilitation centre is moving and expanding so it can help more animals. Salthaven Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Centre is moving from its current home outside of Mount Brydges to a 25-acre farm near Strathroy.



San Antonio Express-News

Passionate volunteers help San Antonio area wildlife clinic care for injured and orphaned animals
San Antonio Express-News
1of 23Linda Lamberth, a level 4 rescue volunteer at Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation's Roger and Phyllis Sherman Animal Care Complex at 1354 Basse Rd., works in the laundry room on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018.Photo: Marvin Pfeiffer, Staff photographer.



Globalnews.ca

New year means bigger digs for Salthaven wildlife rehabilitation centre
Globalnews.ca
After more than 15 years in its current Mount Brydges, Ont., location, officials with the wildlife rehabilitation and education centre Salthaven say the organization will be packing up shop and moving a short distance down the road in the spring to a ...



Jacksonville Daily News

PHOTOS: Wildlife rescued during Hurricane Florence
Jacksonville Daily News
Brooke Noah, 22, an intern at Possumwood Acres in Hubert makes her way with a pelican to the indoor facility for further examination assisted by Kelsey Taylor, 24, wildlife rehabilitation technician. Displaced by Hurricane Florence and in need of ...



Zoo releases orphaned otters
Asheboro Courier Tribune
The wildlife rehab center is the only center of its kind in the state that offers a safe, outdoor, aquatic enclosure. The otters received training on how to catch fish (something their mother would have taught them), one example of how they were ...



9News.com KUSA

Apparently squirrels get tangled together more often than you'd think but don't call it an epidemic
9News.com KUSA
The Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Longmont has seen this before, Clay said, and that it typically happens when they get tangled up with stuff people throw in the trash, like fishing lines. Squirrels and birds can also get caught in ...

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Greensboro News & Record

Otter pups orphaned when mother hit by car released back to the wild, North Carolina Zoo officials say
Greensboro News & Record
... notified the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, which took the otters to the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island. After they were deemed in good health, the pups were taken to the North Carolina Zoo's Valerie H. Schindler Wildlife ...

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Gaston Gazette

PHOTOS: Wildlife rescued during Hurricane Florence
Gaston Gazette
Brooke Noah, 22, an intern at Possumwood Acres in Hubert makes her way with a pelican to the indoor facility for further examination assisted by Kelsey Taylor, 24, wildlife rehabilitation technician. Displaced by Hurricane Florence and in need of ...


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