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Local author writes children's book on locally renowned owl
The Times Telegram
For awhile, Grace lived in a wildlife rehabilitation facility after surgery took most of her left wing. The most remarkable part of Grace's rehabilitation was her maternal instinct, Heath added. Grace helped teach a young orphaned owl how to fly during ...

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Make that 2! Another Snowy Owl is being cared for at WHS' Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
fox6now.com
MILWAUKEE — Officials with the Wisconsin Humane Society's Wildlife Rehabilitation Center are caring for their second Snowy Owl admitted in less than a week! Officials on Tuesday, December 5th on Facebook shared a photo of an owl admitted on Saturday ...
'Owl Be Home for Christmas' fundraiser set for Saturday in Grass ValleyThe Union of Grass Valley

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Montgomery Newspapers

NATURAL SELECTIONS: Wildlife Clinic hits challenging record: 4000 patients and counting
Montgomery Newspapers
But the business model of wildlife rehabilitation is hard, as raccoons and squirrels don't pay for their upkeep and care. While the people who bring animals here will often happily donate, sometimes very generously, the amount of donations we receive ...



South Bend Tribune

Snowy owls from Arctic invade lakeshore and fields
South Bend Tribune
The Humane Indiana Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Valparaiso is nursing them along. The first was hit by a semi truck. It was skinny and dehydrated, and perhaps that's why it couldn't avoid the truck, says center Director Stephanie Kadletz, who adds ...



Eureka Times Standard

Bird Ally X director talks about wildlife rehab
Eureka Times Standard
The Humboldt Wildlife Care Center — which is operated by Bird Ally X — is the only permitted all-species wildlife rehabilitation facility on the North Coast, serving an area larger than the state of New Jersey. The facility cares for more than 1,200 ...



La Voz Nueva

Wildlife Rehabilitation Center looking for a second chance
La Voz Nueva
Everyone deserves a second chance. It's a refrain often used as the year approaches its end and people are left to look back on where they were, contemplate where they are, and visualize where they are going. Animals also deserve that second chance and ...



The Mercury News

Oakland street artist 'Nite Owl' creates mural for Lindsay Wildlife Experience
The Mercury News
“I like (Lindsay's) rehabilitation hospital,” Nite Owl said in a statement, “because the intent is to release. This is a caring space for animals, and I hope that the hospital's work, plus my artwork, puts smiles on people's faces. With this mural, I ...



YubaNet

Christmas Shopping Alert for the Wildlife Lover! Wildlife-themed items available through Wildlife Rehabilitation and ...
YubaNet
December 6, 2017 – Wildlife-themed merchandise will be for sale Sunday, December 10 from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm at Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release's Intake Center in Grass Valley. Merchandise includes wonderful earrings in the shapes of native wildlife ...



KING5.com

Couple sues WDFW for taking pet raccoon
KING5.com
"On November 26th, a WDFW Enforcement officer seized a raccoon from Mr. and Mrs. Greer as it is illegal for the public to possess live wildlife in Washington without a valid permit. The raccoon was transported to a wildlife rehabilitation center where ...



The Denver Post

Eagle poisoned with lead treated at animal rehab center in Washington
The Denver Post
“There was clearly something wrong with it,” Goldberg said. Wildlife veterinarians at City Wildlife examined the bird. Goldberg said it is not uncommon for bald eagles to have elevated levels of lead. Raptors are susceptible to lead poisoning because ...

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