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Education is key to controlling deer population on Fidalgo Island
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She said wildlife is brought in, and they deem whether the animal could survive a rehabilitation program. Bierman said the center doesn't tend to take in adult deer because the extent of initial care they can provide won't make a difference. “The ...



Northwest Public Radio

Scientists On Case Of Deadly Bat Disease Discover New Clues
Northwest Public Radio
“What that means out here is kind of unclear,” said Abby Tobin, white nose syndrome coordinator with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Unlike bats in the Eastern U.S., Northwest bats largely don't roost or hibernate in large colonies ...

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For love of wild things: Napa library shows works by local photographer
Napa Valley Register
Comisky's compassion has led him to use his skills and prior knowledge of the business world to promote Napa Wildlife Rescue, and he hopes to draw other people to this nonprofit organization. It has 120 volunteers and always welcomes more volunteers.



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Wildlife Center launches online courses
WHSV
Now, the animal treatment center is expanding its reach with the 'Wildlife Care Academy.' The online and hands-on courses will teach basic rehabilitation skills and eventually explore more advanced medical management opportunities. "Initially, we're ...



State takes aim at Chronic Wasting Disease
Glens Falls Post-Star (blog)
DEC biologists worked with New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets veterinarians and wildlife health experts at Cornell University to craft a comprehensive set of steps that are the most advanced CWD prevention strategies in the nation.

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KGO-TV

Wild animals at Oakland Zoo, Lindsay Wildlife try to keep cool during heat wave
KGO-TV
An elephant at the zoo in Oakland, Calif. and a bird and owl at the Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital in Walnut Creek, Calif. are seen on Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017. (KGO-TV). KGO. by Leslie Brinkley. Thursday, August 03, 2017 05:06PM. WALNUT CREEK ...

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Rescued baby squirrel has exciting dreams while recovering
13WHAM-TV
AMARILLO, Texas (KVII) — A baby squirrel who was recently rescued by the Wild West Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is dreaming while she recovers. The WWWRC said the squirrel came into their care after falling several feet. She was critically injured ...



Lakeland Times

Sad ending for a bald eagle in Vilas County
Lakeland Times
Because of that, Ritter said there is no ongoing active investigation. "When they're feeding along the road there, those eagles aren't always paying attention," he said. Wild Instincts, a non-profit wildlife rehabilitation center in Rhinelander, was ...



West Hawaii Today

Rescued 'io beats the odds: Hawaii Wildlife Center releases endangered bird
West Hawaii Today
KAPAAU — An endangered io, Hawaiian hawk, was returned to the wild July 27 after six months of extensive rehabilitation following a severe wing injury in January. The young female was found with a fractured wing by a concerned citizen who contacted ...



Rescued owl gets released at zoo
Asheboro Courier Tribune
The Schindler Wildlife Rehabilitation Center celebrates its 16th anniversary this month. Nearly 15,000 animals have been admitted to the center since it opened in 2001. This year more than 500 North Carolina native wildlife animals have been brought in ...

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