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Greenwood Wildlife collecting animal food, supply donations in Boulder, Longmont
Longmont Times-Call
Longmont's Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is collecting food and supplies for baby birds and mammals expected to be housed this year. Tax deductible donations are being accepted every day from now until April 30 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. at ...

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Greenwood Wildlife collecting animal food, supply donations in Boulder, Longmont
Boulder Daily Camera
Longmont's Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is collecting food and supplies for baby birds and mammals expected to be housed this year. Tax deductible donations are being accepted every day from now until April 30 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. at ...



wnep.com

Wildlife Facility Asking Fisherman for Extra Trout for Injured Eagles
wnep.com
"We are asking people who like to fish, but maybe don't really want to keep them since they are stocked fish anyway, if they would like to donate them to the Pocono Wildlife Rehab Center so we can keep fish in the freezer for these bald eagles," said ...



Tulsa World

12-year-old ready to spend her sixth summer 'winging it' as wildlife rescuer
Tulsa World
Want to help wildlife? WING-IT Workshop. Wildlife In Need Group-In Tulsa offers an introduction to wildlife rehabilitation. What: Learn how to legally rehabilitate injured and orphaned wildlife and release them back into the wild. When: 1 to 4 p.m ...

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Greenwood Wildlife collecting animal food, supply donations in Boulder, Longmont
Boulder Daily Camera
Longmont's Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is collecting food and supplies for baby birds and mammals expected to be housed this year. Tax deductible donations are being accepted every day from now until April 30 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. at ...



FOX40

'Storm Orphans' Find Shelter at Sacramento's Wildlife Care Association
FOX40
Amid record rain, 13 owlets have come into Sacramento's Wildlife Care Association. As a result of the intense storms, rain and wind this winter, there has been a significant increase in baby animals coming to the wildlife rescue. “For instance, when it ...



Columbia County News Times

Don't rescue young wildlife
Columbia County News Times
SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. - Spring means it is time for many of Georgia's wildlife to bear young. Often, during this time of year, people come in contact with seemingly "orphaned" young wildlife and want to help - but it is best to leave them where you find ...



Duluth News Tribune

Injured wildlife still flocking to Wildwoods
Duluth News Tribune
Fazad Farr took photos of the damage and sent them to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in the Twin Cities for a veterinarian to decide. While he's become a full-time, defacto animal-injury expert under fire, he's a professional engineer, not a ...

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Paris Mountain State Park to hold wildlife rehab program Saturday
Travelers Rest Tribune
GREENVILLE, S.C. – As part of its fourth Saturday series of programming, Paris Mountain State Park will hold a program on wildlife rehabilitation on Saturday, April 22. The program is sponsored by Friends of Paris Mountain State Park and will be led by ...



CBS Chicago

Wildlife Experts Warn To Leave Wild Animals Alone, Especially Babies
CBS Chicago
Even people trained in animal rehabilitation have challenges working with injured creatures and DNR wants the public to get comfortable with the notion that nature knows best. It may sound cruel, but Dillon said weak animals serve as food for larger ...
If you care about wild animals, let them beDubois County Free Press

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