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Wildlife center seeks donations toward care of injured animals
The Winchester Star
The center, on Island Farm Lane near Boyce, is a privately-run wildlife hospital and rehabilitation facility that treats more than 2,000 patients each year. Its patients come from across Virginia, yet most come from the Shenandoah Valley and nearby ...



Our view: Lead poses eagle threat
GoErie.com
Get the lead out: After hearing so many stories about bald eagles felled by lead poisoning, it was encouraging to hear that one eagle — named Sriracha by caretakers at the Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center — was successfully ...



Cape Wildlife Center finds permanent home in Barnstable
Barnstable Patriot
In 1995, the program was gifted to the Humane Society, with the understanding that it continue with an expanded vision as the National Wildlife Rehabilitation Training Center in West Barnstable. Their successful efforts necessitated a move to a larger ...



News & Observer

These volunteers are working to save small mammals in our neighborhoods
News & Observer
Wildlife Welfare's trained rehab volunteers care for animals that are orphaned, starving, dehydrated, in pain, poisoned, injured or otherwise sick. They often come in multiples, such as when a mother opossum is hit by a car, leaving three babies too ...



YubaNet

Meet “Chainsaw”, a very lucky little Gray Squirrel
YubaNet
November 24, 2018 – Western Gray Squirrels are common. They can be pests. But, they are so cute! “Chainsaw” and his brother came to us early in July. Both victims of a chainsaw that went right through the middle of their nest before the tree cutters ...

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The Denver Post

Greenwood rehab center gives wounded, orphaned…
The Denver Post
The coot was found with a fish hook in its neck. The starling was attacked by ducks. The robin was attacked by a cat roaming outdoors. The young squirrels were likely orphaned. Now they're all at Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Lyons where, ...



San Francisco Chronicle

Bald eagles startle Bay Area community with unusual ritual in tree
San Francisco Chronicle
Fortunately, the wildlife rehabilitation manager at Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital in Walnut Creek had been taking note of a slow but steady uptick in bald eagles across the Bay Area. He was prepared to act. Within 35 minutes of being ...

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The Anna Maria Islander

Wildlife rehab gets reprieve in lull after red tide influx
The Anna Maria Islander
Anna Maria Island's wildlife rescue facility is taking some well-deserved downtime. For now. Ed Straight, president of Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation in Bradenton Beach, said since red tide was first detected in Manatee County in August, the ...



Connect2 OWU

Wildlife Orphanage
Connect2 OWU
Turner and Serena George '19 volunteered over the summer at the Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage in Zimbabwe. At the orphanage, their OWU Connection experience included participating in wildlife rehabilitation, conducting human-carnivore research, and ...



9&10 News

New DNR Deer Rehab Policy Has a Local Rehab Ranch Concerned
9&10 News
However, it's affecting the Leelanau Wildlife Care Rehabilitation Center. Donna Prevo and her husband David have rehabilitated and released fawns for ten years. “We are talking about even dropping the certification and totally walking away,” said Donna ...


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