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CBC.ca

Keep an eye on your cats, wildlife organization says after ducklings mauled
CBC.ca
Cats are an invasive species and should be monitored because of their instinct and ability to catch and kill small animals like birds, according to the executive director of the Living Sky Wildlife Rehabilitation.



Dawn Commemorates 40 Years of Helping Save Wildlife
Maryville Daily Times
Kate Mara watches as 75,000 3D projected birds soar overhead to celebrate Dawn's 40 years of helping save wildlife, Thursday, July 19, 2018, at Grand Central Terminal in New York. Dawn has been leading the way to a better world by helping save wildlife ...



The Denver Post

Bear cub rescued from 416 fire has bandages removed after three weeks of rehabilitation
The Denver Post
The bear cub that was rescued from the 416 fire is recovering at a wildlife rehabilitation center near Del Norte. Provided by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. The injured female bear cub rescued from the 416 fire. Provided by Colorado Parks and Wildlife.



The Durango Herald

Bandages come off injured bear cub's paws in 416 Fire
The Durango Herald
An orphaned bear cub whose paws were burned in the 416 Fire has almost fully recovered. “The burns have healed nicely, and at this point I'd say her paws are about 95 percent healed,” Michael Sirochman, manager of the Frisco Creek wildlife ...



CBS Denver

Injured Bear, 416 Fire, Del Norte, Colorado Parks And Wildlife
CBS Denver
Experts took the cub from the small pen where it was been held in isolation on July 18 and placed her in a large pen with four other bear cubs at CPW's wildlife rehabilitation center in the San Luis Valley. “She still has a few nicks on her feet that ...



KFDA

Volunteers lend helping hands for 15th Annual Pantex Day of Giving
KFDA
Some of the projects include helping out at the Downtown Women's Center and the Ronald McDonald House. They are also building and painting structures at several organizations like the Wild West Wildlife Rehabilitation Center to help with operations ...



The Durango Herald

Bandages come off injured bear cub's paws in 416 Fire
The Durango Herald
An orphaned bear cub whose paws were burned in the 416 Fire has almost fully recovered. “The burns have healed nicely, and at this point I'd say her paws are about 95 percent healed,” Michael Sirochman, manager of the Frisco Creek wildlife ...

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KXXV News Channel 25

Volunteers lend helping hands for 15th Annual Pantex Day of Giving
KXXV News Channel 25
Some of the projects include helping out at the Downtown Women's Center and the Ronald McDonald House. They are also building and painting structures at several organizations like the Wild West Wildlife Rehabilitation Center to help with operations ...

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Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation offers summer education for kids
mySanAntonio.com (blog)
Lynn Cuny, executive director at Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation (WRR), has taught me a few things over the years. You take the injured bunny to Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation, and you watch over the healthy baby bird because the mother bird is ...



VIDEO: Critter Care opens its doors
North Delta Reporter
The lineup on Saturday morning to get into the Critter Care Wildlife Society started at the gate of the wildlife rehabilitation centre and ran several hundred meters up the 400 block of 216 Street in Langley. Cars were parked on both sides of 216 and ...

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