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KGW.com

Tears at final hearing for Mae the raccoon, seized from Seattle family
KGW.com
They've testified that they tried to find a wildlife rehab to take Mae but none would, including Sarvey in Arlington and PAWS in Lynnwood. The couple says they had no choice but to care for Mae or let her die. Eventually, they say, they found a ...

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Durham Herald Sun

Orphaned and injured animals find home in new wildlife center in Orange County
Durham Herald Sun
After 30 years of caring for wild animals in a small shed in her yard, Linda Ostrand officially opened a wildlife rehabilitation center this spring, just when orphaned and injured animals abound. “I've always wanted to be able to set up a center where ...



Redding Record Searchlight

Wildlife rescue center offers peek to the public
Redding Record Searchlight
The only animal orphans were a trio of Western gray squirrels a little over 5 weeks old. Visitors got a glimpse of them as a handler help them up to a window. They were kept away from further human contact so they wouldn't imprint on humans and be able ...



GNP Celebrates “Year of the Bird”
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West Glacier, MT – Glacier National Park is celebrating the centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and the importance birds play in the park and area ecosystems. The Crown of the Continent Research Learning Center at Glacier National Park is ...



City-sentinel

WildCare opens its doors for annual Spring Baby Shower on April 28
City-sentinel
They can observe the WildCare staff, interns, and volunteers at work in the nurseries, learn about wildlife rehabilitation and view Oklahoma wildlife in various stages of recovery. Be sure to vote for your favorite animal in the Cutest Baby Contest ...
Baby shower for furred and feathered young ones being held in TruroTruro Daily News

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WTNH.com (press release)

Connecticut college student helps rehabilitate birds of prey
WTNH.com (press release)
New London teacher wins regional award. NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) - One Connecticut college student helps rehabilitate birds of prey through non-profit organization. Christine Peyreigne, a female falconer, and president of Christine's Critters, Inc., a ...

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Young wildlife does not need to be 'rescued'
Covington News
During the spring, it is not unusual for people to come in contact with seemingly “orphaned” young wildlife and want to help – but it is best to leave them where you find them, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife ...

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You Dirty Rat
Cottonwood Holladay Journal
In the November case, the great horned owl, found in Big Cottonwood Regional Park, was taken to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah (WRCNU). The WRCNU noted the owl's internal bleeding was likely due to the owl ingesting rodenticide ...



Nooga.com

Georgia Wildlife Resources Division advises against rescuing young wildlife
Nooga.com
During the spring, it is not unusual for people to come in contact with seemingly “orphaned” young wildlife and want to help — but it is best to leave them where you find them, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife ...

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MLive.com

Researcher contests claim Mackinac Straits spill did not hurt waterfowl
MLive.com
A wildlife rehabilitation contractor is standing by, he said, in case any harm to waterfowl or other wildlife is confirmed. A U.S. Coast Guard spokesperson confirmed Bradley's report was passed on to its "unified command," a group of federal, state and ...


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