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Baby hawk gets a lift back home
Chronicle Telegram
According to Tim Jasinski, a wildlife rehabilitation specialist with the center, the baby birds are in the “branchling” stage, which means they can leave the nest and hop from branch to branch, but they can't fly yet. “They're starting to learn to fly ...



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The New West: Greater Yellowstone's wildness will only be saved if humans live smarter
Explore Big Sky
Renee Seidler, biologist and cofounder of the Teton Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. Here, Seidler was on the Pinedale Anticline in 2005 as a researcher studying the migration of antelope and the impacts of oil and gas development, and her work helped ...



Thank You letters
The Durango Herald
Wildlife Rehabilitation thankful for fundraiserSt. Francis Wildlife Rehabilitation thanks Ms. Kirby's sixth-grade class at Escalante Middle School for its effort in the production of a program and fundraiser for Dooley, a peregrine-falcon-education ...



The Durango Herald

Thank You letters
The Durango Herald
Wildlife Rehabilitation thankful for fundraiserSt. Francis Wildlife Rehabilitation thanks Ms. Kirby's sixth-grade class at Escalante Middle School for its effort in the production of a program and fundraiser for Dooley, a peregrine-falcon-education ...



Indiana man dedicates decades to rehabilitating wildlife
WRAL.com
VINCENNES, Ind. — A red-tailed hawk screeches as wildlife rehabilitator Robert "Angel" Lange walks into her enclosure with raw meat from a road-kill deer in his hand. She grabs the chunks of meat from his hand and gulps them down in one bite. After ...

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Indiana man dedicates decades to rehabilitating wildlife ...
Washington Times
A red-tailed hawk screeches as wildlife rehabilitator Robert "Angel" Lange walks into her enclosure with raw meat from a road-kill deer in his hand. She grabs ...

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The pain of wildlife rehab
Ironton Tribune
We had some interesting visitors this week! Wildlife care and rehabilitation is one of the things that we do as a community service. We cannot see everything, because we get no funding, but we see birds of prey and some mammals. Normally, this time of ...



Mid-Day

Wildlife rehabilitator Gayatri Sarang's new book teaches how to raise bats
Mid-Day
In the days that followed, Sarang's knowledge of urban wildlife rehabilitation picked up at a course in Pune run at Rehabber's Den by conservationist Devna Arora, was put to test. It meant learning on the job — feeding, medicating, cleaning, swaddling ...

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Virginian-Pilot

Dia DuVernet: Wildlife rehabilitation is an essential part of our work
Virginian-Pilot
Despite their terrible medical condition when they arrived, our wildlife rehabilitators knew the doves' cries were not solely due to physical pain. Doves mate for life. When their cages were opened and they were allowed to roam freely around the VBSPCA ...



Hiram animal rehab program expands
Ravenna Record Courier
Fifty years after biology professor James H. Barrow founded Hiram College's Field Station, his former student Jim Metzinger has taken over research and wildlife rehabilitation at the facility near campus. As director, Metzinger has grown the bird ...


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