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Wichita Eagle

Baby mountain lion sick after humans warmed it up and fed it brats, Co. officials say
Wichita Eagle
The sick cub was sent to nonprofit Wet Mountain Wildlife Rehabilitation. The mountain lion could not be released back to where it was found because it “was kept far too long by humans.” “It had been almost 30 hours since it was picked up Monday and its ...
Baby mountain lion discovered at Colorado home was fed bratwurst, became sick, officials sayFox News
Mountain lion cub, sick on bratwurst, removed from homeMontrose Daily Press

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Sky Hi News

Colorado Parks and Wildlife removes sick mountain lion kitten from private home
Sky Hi News
WALSENBURG — Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials removed a mountain lion kitten from a private home Tuesday in Walsenburg, a small town south of Pueblo, according to a news release. The people who had the kitten fed it bratwurst and posted photos ...
CPW sends public reminder after sickly mountain lion kitten removed from private homeSummit Daily News

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Geek

Baby Mountain Lion Rescued From Home After Being Fed Bratwurst
Geek
On Tuesday, Sauder retrieved the baby mountain lion from the Walsenburg, Colorado home and sent it to Wet Mountain Wildlife Rehabilitation, a Colorado-based nonprofit that helps wild animals recover from illnesses and injuries. Even though the baby ...

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GoErie.com

2 bald eagles released in Erie region
GoErie.com
Sriracha and Equinox were released into the wild after rehabilitating from illnesses at Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center in Saegertown. Two bald eagles that were rehabilitated at Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education ...



NW News Network

Oregon aquarium plans a $4.75 million rehabilitation facility for sick or stranded sea animals
NW News Network
But aquarium leaders want to build a new, higher-capacity wildlife rehab center. The aquarium is set to expand in stages as funds are secured, starting with an additional sea otter holding pool, assistant curator of marine mammals Brittany Blades said.

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Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release to receive matching funds from anonymous donors
The Union of Grass Valley
Anonymous donors have pledged to match every dollar donated to Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release for wildlife care up to $10,000 received by midnight on Nov. 27, commonly known as the Giving Tuesday, according to a release. Northern California was ...



St. Augustine Record

Wildlife rehab facility plans open house
St. Augustine Record
The Humane Association of Wildlife Care and Education (HAWKE) will host a fall open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Dec. 2. Current members, new members and guests are invited. The event will benefit HAWKE's ongoing mission to rehabilitate injured and ...



Great Falls Tribune

Raptor Rehab: Helping troubled birds take flight once again
Great Falls Tribune
Members of the Montana Raptor Conservation Center in Bozeman and Montana WILD Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Helena spend countless hours rescuing and rehabilitating raptors that find trouble. “There's a tremendous need for raptor rehabilitation, ...



Jefferson Public Radio

Oregon aquarium plans a $4.75 million rehabilitation facility for sick or stranded sea animals
Jefferson Public Radio
But aquarium leaders want to build a new, higher-capacity wildlife rehab center. The aquarium is set to expand in stages as funds are secured, starting with an additional sea otter holding pool, assistant curator of marine mammals Brittany Blades said.



KUOW News and Information

KUOW - Oregon aquarium plans a $4.75 million rehabilitation facility ...
KUOW News and Information
Injured, sick or orphaned seals, seabirds and turtles could get a second chance in a state-of-the-art rehabilitation center if the Oregon Coast Aquarium succeeds ...

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