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York Dispatch

Pa. group nurses wildlife back to health in suburban apartment
York Dispatch
“I close my eyes when I do this, because eyes are of no help,” said Schubert, a certified wildlife rehabilitator of 21 years. He confirmed that the clavicle, scapula, coracoid, shoulder joint, and humerus were intact. “It's all sense of touch. Eyes ...

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In King of Prussia apartment, nursing wildlife back to health
The Times Herald
“I close my eyes when I do this, because eyes are of no help,” said Schubert, a certified wildlife rehabilitator of 21 years. He confirmed that the clavicle, scapula, coracoid, shoulder joint, and humerus were intact. “It's all sense of touch. Eyes ...



York Dispatch

In King of Prussia apartment, nursing wildlife back to health
The Times Herald
“I close my eyes when I do this, because eyes are of no help,” said Schubert, a certified wildlife rehabilitator of 21 years. He confirmed that the clavicle, scapula, coracoid, shoulder joint, and humerus were intact. “It's all sense of touch. Eyes ...
Pa. group nurses wildlife back to health in suburban apartmentYork Dispatch

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Citrus County Chronicle

Mother manatee and calf released in Homosassa after months of recovery
Citrus County Chronicle
“We didn't even know she had a calf at first because we just saw the mom,” park Wildlife Care Supervisor Tricia Fowler said before Monday's release. “He was very dehydrated because she was not producing the amount of milk needed to nurse him.”.



Woodlands Wildlife Refuge's Community Day slated for Sept. 16
NJ.com
On Sunday, September 16, from 1-5 p.m., Woodlands will hold its annual Community Day, offering the public a rare opportunity to visit one of New Jersey's foremost wildlife rehabilitation facilities. Due to the nature of its work, Woodlands is normally ...

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The Missoulian

Orphaned Montana Grizzly cubs prepare for new home in Quebec
The Missoulian
Susan Reneau packed a bag of the treats to see off three orphaned grizzly bear cubs from the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks rehabilitation center in Helena before they may depart for Quebec later this week. The cubs will grow up in a new bear display ...



TheChronicleHerald.ca

Death of beloved veterinarian 'hero' being felt across Nova Scotia ...
Toronto Star
HALIFAX—Wildlife lovers in Nova Scotia and beyond are mourning the loss of veterinarian Helene Marie Van Doninck who died from ovarian cancer on Friday.
New Waterford wildlife vet worked with animals until the endTheChronicleHerald.ca
New Waterford wildlife vet worked with animals until the end ...Cape Breton Post

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Thumbs up, thumbs down
Danbury News Times
Though she was taken to a veterinarian and then to a wildlife rehabilitation center in Weston, her injury was too extensive. Fishing lines and garbage in general are huge threats to wildlife and should be disposed of properly. A Thumbs up to a ...



Our view: It is time to give, Erie
GoErie.com
Want to help wounded wildlife recover? Steer your donation to the Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center. Have a soft spot for the Union City Little League? This is your chance. Crime victims, veterans, the homeless, medical charities ...

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TheChronicleHerald.ca

Cobequid wildlife rehab centre vet worked with animals until the end
TheChronicleHerald.ca
In her last few weeks, Helene Van Doninck didn't let ovarian cancer stop her from working with wildlife. “She couldn't come out to the building to see the animals, but she would ask me to bring them in,” said Murdo Messer, her husband of almost 20 years.
Renowned veterinarian, wildlife rescuer remembered as 'force of ...CBC.ca

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