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Burlington County Times

Nursed back to health, osprey is released on Amico Island
Burlington County Times
“Ospreys are typically known to be challenging when it comes to rehabilitation, so our team was very diligent when taking care of her in hopes that she would not injure herself when refusing food or treatments,” said Lori Swanson, director of wildlife ...



Napa Valley Register

Eagle Eye: My weekend with masked bandits
Napa Valley Register
The nail polish had been applied by Shelly Ross who — when she's not being my fabulous girlfriend — serves as a trained and licensed volunteer for WildCare, Marin County's wildlife rescue and rehabilitation center. Shelly and others like her who help ...



Pocono Record

Rescued cub doing well
Pocono Record
An orphaned bear cub found along Route 209 in Marshalls Creek last Friday is doing well and is expected to make a full recovery thanks to the Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation and Center and a few good Samaritans. The male cub, which is six to seven ...
Bear Cub Reunites with Rescuer in the Poconoswnep.com

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Waupaca County News

Surviving nature's perils
Waupaca County News
A different bird banded at the Manawa nesting platform in 2009 turned up in Costa Rica. It was found starving on a riverbank and near death until its rescue by iRescue Wildlife Inc. Founder and CEO of iRescue Wildlife John Merritt said they have been ...

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The Villager

Squirrel Creek Wildlife Rescue owner accepts plea deal
The Villager
Kendall Seifert, owner of Squirrel Creek Wildlife Rescue in Littleton, has accepted a plea deal in response to two criminal cases related to wildlife mishandling that had been filed against him by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Seifert's organization ...



KTVZ

Troubled Bend wildlife rehab plans to rebrand, reopen
KTVZ
BEND, Ore. - It's not just dogs and cats that need veterinarian care, wildlife needs it too. That's where wildlife rehabilitation centers come in. Think Wild is an information resource available to people in Central Oregon who happen upon injured animals.



KMTV - 3 News Now

Heat creates emergency for wildlife rehab
KMTV - 3 News Now
Executive Director Laura Stastny says it's a high priority to get the animals in a cool area because the hot weather is taking a toll on their rehabilitation. "In order to heal from wounds, or grow appropriately, wild animals need to eat, need to drink ...

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North Coast Journal

Oh, Mercy
North Coast Journal
The Humboldt Wildlife Care Center, established in 1979, operates under the umbrella of another rescue agency, Bird Ally X. The two organizations merged in 2014. According to the nonprofit's website, the center treats more than 1,000 patients a year on ...



KTVZ

Troubled Bend wildlife rehab rebrands, works toward reopening
KTVZ
A wildlife rehab center in Bend that closed amid an investigation last year is planning to reopen with a new name, staff, board and focus. Last summer the High Desert Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Center was closed after its resident veterinarian ...



Riverhead News Review

Rehabilitating more than turtles in Jamesport under proposal
Riverhead News Review
A proposal to allow small-animal rehabilitation as a special permit use in the Hamlet Residential zoning district met with support during a public hearing Tuesday afternoon, and many of those who spoke are involved in wildlife rescues of their own.

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