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Bear cub accidentally strangles itself at B.C. wildlife recovery centre  CTV Vancouver Island

The cub likely got his head tangled in a rope used to suspend buoys, according to the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre.


‘I know someone will help us’: After the storm, pleas for help from a wildlife refuge in Florida  Washington Post

Injured animals and scared baby deer were trapped with their caretaker at the St. Francis Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.


Red-Tailed Hawk Rescued After Being Found With A Hole In Its Chest - East Hampton  27east.com

A handful of people saved the life of an injured red-tailed hawk in East Hampton recently. East Hampton Town Police Officer Andrea Kess was stopped at the ...


Husky SeaRose FPSO Ops Suspended  OE Digital

Operations at the SeaRose floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel are suspended, with all production wells secure…


STREAM opportunities available at new St. Gabriel Catholic Parish School in Hubertus | By Steve Hamilton  washingtoncountyinsider.com

Dec. 4, 2018 – Hubertus, WI – You may know about the cutting edge approach to education called STEM which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, ...


Meet a Real-Life Lara Croft: Dani Cessna, Park Ranger, Bear Guru and Outdoors Guide  RealClearLife

I first met Dani Cessna a few years back at Sequoia National park on a shoot for the Travel Channel. I was hosting a show and she was the park ranger giving ...


Wildlife rescuers weigh-in on coyotes, fears  The Anna Maria Islander

Some say adaptation is key to survival of a species. “We've had about 20 calls in the past two weeks between Manatee and Sarasota counties,” Ed Straight, ...


Skagway police shoot and kill bear cub in residential area  KHNS Radio

The Skagway Police Department shot and killed a bear cub Saturday after attempting to scare the bear away from a residential area. The bear cub first appeared ...


Hawk mistaken for burglar recovering after crash  amNewYork

The male hawk is on the mend after flying through a residential window.


Sandusky's new Christmas tree will come from Back to the Wild  Sandusky Register

Back to the Wild donated a 36-foot-tall Colorado blue spruce, which will light up 7 p.m. Nov. 21. SANDUSKY — The city's official Christmas tree will arrive in ...


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