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Federal wildlife officials investigate care of manatees under senior vet at a Tampa zoo
ABC Action News
As part of the permitting process for ZooTampa to rescue, rehabilitate and release manatees, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is requesting more information about manatee care procedures led by Dr. Ball. "Questions are part of the normal review ...
Vet for Tampa zoo accused of killing manatees through malpracticeFinger Lakes Times

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West Central Tribune

St. Paul zoo welcomes orphaned mountain lion cubs
West Central Tribune
Nicole Carion, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife's rehabilitation coordinator, said in a statement. “Returning injured or orphaned wildlife to the wild is always the ideal outcome, but in situations like this — where an animal is too ...

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Fort Bend Herald

Seabourne Nature Fest set for Saturday, rain or shine
Fort Bend Herald
There will also be education presentations. At 11 a.m. Randolph Watson and Monica Menard from the Wildlife Center of Texas will give a presentation about wildlife rehabilitation. At noon, learn about the Texian Time Machine from Allison Harrell of the ...

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Park Rapids Enterprise

St. Paul zoo welcomes orphaned mountain lion cubs
Park Rapids Enterprise
Nicole Carion, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife's rehabilitation coordinator, said in a statement. “Returning injured or orphaned wildlife to the wild is always the ideal outcome, but in situations like this — where an animal is too ...

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The Union Leader

Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: Sunbathing birds an odd sight at wildlife center in Milford
The Union Leader
Editor's note: The following column was originally published in the New Hampshire Union Leader on Oct. 30, 2004. Sunbathing birds was the subject of our Nature Talks column of Sept. 25. I was delighted to receive a letter from Raine Carson, commenting ...



LancasterOnline

Raven Ridge one of few licensed wildlife rehabilitators in state
LancasterOnline
We offer a licensed facility for the public to bring injured, orphaned and abandoned wildlife. We are also here for our government agencies such as the police, park rangers and Pennsylvania game commission to bring animals that need rehabilitation.”.



Berkeleyside

Foxes venture into urban Berkeley
Berkeleyside
Animal service departments from around the Bay Area take injured wildlife to the Lindsay for medical treatment and rehabilitation. Over the past decade, the number of grey foxes brought to the center has doubled from an average of 8 to 18 a year ...



Petaluma Argus Courier

Wildlife rescues on the increase
Petaluma Argus Courier
Katie Woolery smiles with a sense of relief knowing how important it is to appreciate the quieter days at Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue. The nonprofit rehabilitation center north west of Petaluma is on the tail end of one of its busiest years ever ...



CBS Denver

Orphaned Bear Cubs Bulking Up, Almost Ready For Hibernation
CBS Denver
An update to these three bear cubs that were dropped off at our wildlife rehabilitation center back on Oct. 12. The cubs are already up almost 15 pounds. They should be denned up for hibernation and ready for release in those artificial dens sometime ...



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Garvin County Family Rescues Unresponsive Bald Eagle
news9.com KWTV
“We saw its mate up on a high voltage power poll all by itself,” said Burns. “We could tell, at least in our eyes, it was looking for its mate, and it would be great to see them back together.” WildCare is a non-profit organization dedicated to ...

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