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Firefighter, animal control officer rescue injured duck from icy Newton pond
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The Newton Police Department says an animal control officer and a firefighter rescued an injured duck from an icy pond on Tuesday. The department said in a Facebook post that the duck's injuries prevented it from moving as the water froze and it got ...



Chambersburg Public Opinion

Game warden rescues rare and injured snowy owl from state prison
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Our officers even rescue wildlife during the holidays! On December 25, Wildlife Conservation Officer Amanda Isett received a call that an injured snowy owl was stuck inside a fenced area at Smithfield State Correctional Insitute. WCO Isett captured the ...

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Wisconsin Public Radio News

Snowy Owls Cause Concern Among Pilots
Wisconsin Public Radio News
They're currently in a wildlife rehabilitation center in New London. Once they are at an ideal weight they will be released into the wild. Wissink says owl release is usually done about 50 or 60 miles east or west of where the bird is captured. That's ...

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Wichita Eagle

The injured duck was stuck in icy water; then they came to its rescue
Wichita Eagle
When an injured duck could not swim through icy water in Newton, a firefighter and animal control officer came to the duck's rescue. The rescue crew made up of Newton animal control officer Jennifer Burns and Newton firefighter Ryan Dick used a small ...

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Young snowy owl rescued in Limestone
MyWebTimes.com
After making a long migration down from the north country, a young snowy owl stopped, exhausted, near the Lehigh quarry in Limestone Township, where it was rescued earlier this month, thanks to the trio of farmer Gale Jensen, Illinois wildlife ...



Animal Tales: From stinkers to bears
Mail Tribune
GRANTS PASS — When Wildlife Images Rehabilitation Center in Merlin had a new skunk approved for education purposes, it turned to its go-to veterinarian to get the stinker's scent glands removed. Grants Pass veterinarian Russ Codd took the job, knowing ...



Year in Review: A wild rescue for bobcat
Brattleboro Reformer
The bobcat was taken to Deb Gode, of the Winchester Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, with a puncture wound to its forehead and blood coming from its nose. Gode said it did not appear to have any broken bones. After several days of rest, antibiotics and ...



Nisqually Valley News

WDFW Planned to Bring Euthanized Animals to Wolf Haven
Nisqually Valley News
Numerous draft press releases sent out for review by Craig Bartlett from the WDFW public affairs office in advance of the raid by wildlife officials made clear that the planned donation of deer to Wolf Haven International, a sanctuary for wolves, was ...



Mail Tribune

Animal Tales: Animal eye doctor helps all kinds of animals see
Mail Tribune
For Dr. Cassandra Bliss, Southern Oregon's sole veterinary ophthalmologist, every day is as different as the animal species she helps. Last week, her patients included an injured spotted owl unable to see and a rescued dog with painful lashes growing ...



Wildlife rehab facility could become part of plan for Black Forest nature center
Colorado Springs Gazette
Wildlife advocates say such a facility would provide a much-needed refuge for orphaned and injured animals that have few places to go. While a couple of individuals in the Pikes Peak region run smaller rehabilitation operations, they say they lack the ...


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