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Injured hawk 'Harvey' that gained online popularity released
Washington Post
As Harvey's rains fell the next day, Liz Compton of the Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Coalition Wildlife Center picked her up. Compton says the hawk couldn't fly because of head trauma, probably from flying into something. After a week and a half of ...
How do you save the hawk who sought refuge from Harvey in your taxi? Leather gloves and moonshineDallas News (blog)

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The Denver Post

Injured hawk who sought refuge in a taxi before Harvey made landfall is released
The Denver Post
He found her Aug. 25 before the hurricane made landfall that night and took her home. As Harvey's rains fell the next day, Liz Compton of the Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Coalition Wildlife Center picked her up. Compton says the hawk couldn't fly ...
Injured hawk 'Harvey' that gained online popularity releasedSan Francisco Chronicle
How do you save the hawk who sought refuge from Harvey in your taxi? Leather gloves and moonshineDallas News (blog)
Harvey the Hurricane Hawk released in PlanoFOX 4 News

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GoErie.com

Bald eagle being treated for lead poisoning dies
GoErie.com
The bald eagle died at the Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center in Saegertown, where Holmgren, the center's executive director and a licensed wildlife rehabilitator, had treated and cared for the bird after it was brought there Saturday.
Eagle found in Oil Creek State Park diesOil City Derrick (subscription)

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Boston Herald

Injured hawk 'Harvey' that gained online popularity released
Boston Herald
Blackland Prairie Raptor Center executive director Erich Newport, left, and cab driver William Bruso of Houston release Harvey, a juvenile Cooper's hawk that darted into Burso's cab during Hurricane Harvey, to the wild at Oak Point Park Nature Preserve ...
How do you save the hawk who sought refuge from Harvey in your taxi? Leather gloves and moonshineDallas News (blog)

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NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Injured 'Harvey' Hawk Released From North Texas Rehab Center
NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
The female Cooper's hawk was released in a Plano park after spending the last two weeks in rehabilitation for a head injury. Cab driver William Bruso, who dubbed her "Harvey the Hurricane Hawk" in online videos that went viral, took her home after she ...
Injured hawk 'Harvey' that gained online popularity releasedNRToday.com

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NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Hawk Escapes Hurricane Harvey by Car, Then Is Set Free
National Geographic
Major habitat destruction from Hurricane Harvey and Houston's resulting floods made much of that area unsuitable for wildlife releases, according to Eric Neupert, director of the Blackland Prairie Raptor Center that released Harvey. The center has ...
'Harvey the Hurricane Hawk' Returns to the WildMental Floss
Injured 'Harvey' Hawk Released From North Texas Rehab CenterNBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
Injured hawk 'Harvey' that gained online popularity releasedNRToday.com

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WJAC Johnstown

University police investigate mutilated wildlife on campus
WJAC Johnstown
Robyn Graboski, head of Centre Wildlife Care, the only licensed wildlife rehabilitation clinic in the county, was one of the first to hear about the incidents. "I sent photos of rabbits and squirrels with arrows inside them," said Graboski. "A lot of ...



KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News

Wildlife sanctuary facing funding shortage
KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News
There are a lot more animals in need this year across Colorado, and while wildlife rehab centers are seeing a lot more orphaned and injured animals in need of care they are facing a shortage of funds. One center in Wetmore is facing a massive funding ...



KRDO

Wildlife Rehab Near Max Capacity for Bears
KRDO
WETMORE, Colo. - A wildlife rehabilitation organization in is currently helping 10 abandoned bear cubs which is near their maximum capacity. Tom and Cec Sanders have been helping animals for more than 30 years. They live on 120 acres of land where ...



WJAC Johnstown

Penn State police investigate mutilated wildlife on campus
WJAC Johnstown
Robyn Graboski, head of Centre Wildlife Care, the only licensed wildlife rehabilitation clinic in the county, was one of the first to hear about the incidents. "I sent photos of rabbits and squirrels with arrows inside them," said Graboski. "A lot of ...

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