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Humane Animal Rescue new name of merged shelters
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
It's official. Humane Animal Rescue is the name of the “new” shelter formed by the merger of the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society and Animal Rescue League Shelter and Wildlife Center. “Care they need. Love they deserve.” is the slogan beneath the ...



Arizona Daily Star

NW Tucson wildlife sanctuary rebuilding after devastating fire
Arizona Daily Star
Janet Miller, who operates Wildlife Rehabilitation in Northwest Tucson, lost part of her home and is living elsewhere until it is safe to live on the site again on April 16, 2017. Several weeks after a fire ravaged the sanctuary work is underway to ...



Arizona Daily Star

Photos: Wildlife sanctuary rebuilds
Arizona Daily Star
Photos: Wildlife sanctuary rebuilds. Apr 23, 2017 Updated 47 min ago. After a devastating fire, the Wildlife Rehabilitation in Northwest Tucson volunteers continue to rehab wildlife, raise funds and rebuild. Close. 1 of 17. Wildlife sanctuary rebuilds ...

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Hootenanny raises money for Wildlife Rehab & Release Center
WEAU
Otherwise, we're gonna start losing a lot of these animals, and they aren't gonna be around anymore. Just the environmental aspect of it. The conservation aspect of it. Every animal out there has a reason for being there," said Wildlife Rehabilitation ...



CBC.ca

Do Crew digging in for the Cobequid Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
CBC.ca
CBC's Do Crew is pitching in to help out the Cobequid Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre and we're looking for volunteers. The centre takes in injured wildlife with the aim of rehabilitating and returning the creatures to the wild. A wildlife vet and ...



cleveland.com

For our own good, we need to help bats survive: Lea Rich (Opinion)
cleveland.com
Guest columnist Lea Rich works as a wildlife rehabilitator at Stark Parks Wildlife Conservation Center in Massillon, Ohio. She holds a bachelor's degree in zoology from Kent State University. She is currently a graduate student with Project Dragonfly ...



The Mercury News

Good intentions are not enough when it comes to caring for wildlife
The Mercury News
I have the pleasure of being a trained wildlife rehabilitator and volunteer for Lindsay Wildlife. This is an honor in two ways. First, I work with local injured and orphaned wild animals. Second, I am able to see the best of humankind — people who ...



Mountain Xpress (blog)

Appalachian Wildlife Refuge uses recycled mascara wands to save wild lives
Mountain Xpress (blog)
Appalachian Wildlife Refuge accepts old mascara wands to help save wild lives. These small brushes are used by the wildlife rehabilitators to remove fly eggs and larva from the fur of injured and orphaned wild animals. The wands work great because the ...



YubaNet

Spring is Baby Bird Season – Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release Intake Center Opens May 1
YubaNet
April 24, 2017 – Spring is here and so is baby bird season. Janice Barbary, Songbird Rehabilitator for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release (WR&R), suggests the following steps people can take to increase the survival rate of orphaned or injured birds ...



Arizona Daily Star

Wildlife sanctuary on northwest side rebuilding after 'devastating' fire ...
Arizona Daily Star
Janet Miller, who operates Wildlife Rehabilitation in Northwest Tucson, lost part of her home and is living elsewhere until she can return. The fire killed many ...

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