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Crystal Continues "You Care. We Care." Volunturism Into New Year  Luxury Travel Advisor

Cruise-goers can not only enjoy their vacation but also help the less fortunate with this program. Continuing its “You Care. We Care.” voluntourism adventures ...


Hootenanny gets wild for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release program  WEAU

LAKE HALLIE, Wis. (WEAU) -- Things got a little wild at the Eagles Club in Lake Hallie for the annual Hootenanny. All of the proceeds from Sunday's event go to ...


Rabid Raccoon Found In Glen Burnie, Man Contacted By Health Care  Anne Arundel, MD Patch

Man Identified Who Handled Rabid Raccoon - Anne Arundel, MD - A dead rabid raccoon found in Glen Burnie was left at a county animal shelter, and the man is ...


Swing for the Cure raises $20,000  The San Diego Union-Tribune

Photo: A group of more than 100 members of the Bernardo Heights Country Club participated in the weeklong “Swing for a Cure” golf tournament and raised ...


The 37th Taste of the Islands Sanibel celebrates CROW's 50th, recovery from red tide  The News-Press

The way to a community's heart, and soul, could be through its stomach. After a summer of red tide devastation for Sanibel and surrounding areas, Sunday's 37th ...


Annual Wildlife Photo Contest Takes Flight  Carmichael Times

SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - One picture. That's all it takes to be a winner. Take your mobile or camera outside and give us your best shot of a bird or ...


Dead wallaby painted over by workers marking Tasmanian road leave public hopping mad  ABC News

A wildlife expert is disgusted by footage of a dead wallaby painted over by road contractors marking white lines in Tasmania.


Bear cub accidentally strangles itself at B.C. wildlife recovery centre  CTV Vancouver Island

The cub likely got his head tangled in a rope used to suspend buoys, according to the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre.


‘I know someone will help us’: After the storm, pleas for help from a wildlife refuge in Florida  Washington Post

Injured animals and scared baby deer were trapped with their caretaker at the St. Francis Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.


Red-Tailed Hawk Rescued After Being Found With A Hole In Its Chest - East Hampton  27east.com

A handful of people saved the life of an injured red-tailed hawk in East Hampton recently. East Hampton Town Police Officer Andrea Kess was stopped at the ...


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