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Former Schuylkill Center wildlife rescuer opens new clinic
Chestnut Hill Local
by Sue Ann Rybak. A baby great horned owl got a second chance at life after it fell out of its nest earlier this month, thanks to the staff and volunteers at the Philadelphia Metro Wildlife Center, 400 DeKalb Pike in King of Prussia, which opened its ...



HSUS News (blog)

Is your glass of wine poisoning wildlife?
HSUS News (blog)
The Humane Society of the United States has two affiliated wildlife centers that rescue and rehabilitate thousands of orphaned and injured animals each year. Holly Hazard, our senior vice president of programs and innovation, visits these facilities ...

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As spring arrives, so do baby birds
WatertownDailyTimes.com
Can you imagine living in a tiny twig nest lined with soft feathers and grass and perched high in a city tree? Nearly featherless and vulnerable, nestlings peep and open their tiny beaks wide when their parents flutter into their nests to deliver fat ...



KXLY Spokane

Black bear that escaped wildlife rehabilitation center found
KXLY Spokane
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - State wildlife officials located a small black bear that escaped from the wildlife rehabilitation center west of Helena and will return it to the wild a bit earlier than planned. Fish, Wildlife and Parks spokesman Greg Lemon says ...
Small black bear escapes wildlife rehabilitation centerGreat Falls Tribune

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Loveland Reporter-Herald

Things To Do
Loveland Reporter-Herald
and High Plains Environmental Council ( 2698 Bluestem Willow Drive); mobile check-in location at King's Crossing Natural Area, (990 S. Lincoln Ave.). To sign up, call 962-2794 or register online at cityofloveland.org/volunteerevents. Website ...



WTOP

Ramps return to Capitol Reflecting Pool to help ducklings
WTOP
... from the public of seeing ducklings in trouble and drowning. Lewis said the minor issues with the ramps have been worked out. Sides to the ramps were added to keep the ducklings from falling over, and more traction has been added to the surface to ...



CBC.ca

Snappping turtle found crushed after road injuries released into wild
CBC.ca
Murdo Messer says when an injured snapping turtle rescued in Brooklyn, N.S., was brought to the Cobequid Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre last fall, he wasn't sure the creature would survive. The male turtle had cracks in his shell and was bleeding ...

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Duluth News Tribune

Ask a Conservation Officer: Leave wildlife young alone
Duluth News Tribune
If you find an animal that is injured or appears in distress, first try contacting personnel with the DNR's Wildlife Division, and obtain other information here: dnr.state.mn.us/eco/nongame/rehabilitation/injured-orphaned-wildlife.html. You can also ...

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Roanoke Times

Wild things: The do's and don'ts of animal rescue
Roanoke Times
In the 1942 Disney animated film “Bambi,” Friend Owl explains to the fawn and his rabbit friends how animals can become twitterpated, or absolutely smitten, with each other. From this love spawns babies, soft and cuddly, that emerge from their nests in ...



Wings Over Weston aims to introduce public to wild birds
News-Press Now
Weston Bend State Park lies in the heart of the Iatan/Weston River Corridor IBA which is an area identified as being globally important for the conservation of bird populations. More than 300 species of birds fly through Northwest Missouri each year ...


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