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Owl takes wing after two months in rehab at the NC Zoo
News & Observer
Friday was a momentous day for a certain barred owl at the North Carolina Zoo. The owl, which had been convalescing for two months at the zoo's Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, was released into the wild Friday morning. The owl was found alone along the ...



DEC accepting comments on proposed Chronic Wasting Disease control plan
The Daily News Online
Improving handling requirements, record keeping, and disease testing of wild white-tailed deer temporarily held in captivity for wildlife rehabilitation. □ Developing a communication plan and strategy to re-engage stakeholders, including captive ...



Rhinelander Daily News

Sad ending for bald eagle in Vilas County
Rhinelander Daily News
Wild Instincts, a non-profit wildlife rehabilitation center in Rhinelander, was contacted to take the eagle and have it checked out. Before a representative from Wild Instincts could get to the scene, however Ritter said he contacted a family member to ...



fox6now.com

Humane Society cares for Lionel, a Great Horned Owl caught up in a volleyball net
fox6now.com
According to WHS officials, Lionel, who is a Great Horned Owl, was found Friday, August 4th by a “very caring, determined person” who was able to rescue him from a volleyball net in Caledonia, and bring him to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center for ...



METRO DIGEST || See wildlife at Wednesday program
Youngstown Vindicator
Mercer County Conservation District invites the public to a special live wildlife program from 6:40 to 8 p.m. Wednesday that showcases Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center from Saegertown, Pa. Attendees will get to see animals that ...

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METRO DIGEST || See wildlife at Wednesday program
Youngstown Vindicator
Mercer County Conservation District invites the public to a special live wildlife program from 6:40 to 8 p.m. Wednesday that showcases Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center from Saegertown, Pa. Attendees will get to see animals that ...

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Newsday

Raccoon's head freed from peanut butter jar in Farmingdale yard
Newsday
The critter got its head stuck in a jar of Skippy peanut butter while scavenging for food, according to Bobby Horvath, a licensed wildlife rehabilitator in Massapequa. The raccoon was spotted blindly racing around a backyard Sunday by a homeowner who ...



cleveland.com

Fun Around Akron Calendar: Things to do the week of Aug. 7, 2017
cleveland.com
Sunday, Aug. 13: See wild animals from Operation Orphan Wildlife Rescue at Liberty Park Nature Center from 1-3 p.m. at Liberty Park Nature Center. See the animals up close and learn about the Operation Orphan Wildlife Rehabilitation's mission. Cost: free.



UPI.com

Wildlife rehabilitators free raccoon's head from peanut butter jar
UPI.com
Wildlife In Need of Rescue and Rehabilitation shared video captured by Cathy St. Pierre as she and her husband Bobby Horvath worked to free the trapped raccoon. "This young raccoon thought peanut butter would be yummy!" St. Pierre said. "Well he got ...

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CBC.ca

Skunk rescued from 'archaic' leg-hold trap in Regina neighbourhood
CBC.ca
A skunk is recovering in the care of a local wildlife rescue group after being found caught in a rusty leg-hold trap near a Regina backyard Sunday. Megan Lawrence, director of rehabilitation at the Salthaven West Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education ...


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