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Bald eagles startle Bay Area community with unusual ritual in tree  San Francisco Chronicle

Residents in the community of Brentwood were spooked Monday morning by the unusual sight of two bald eagles tangled in a pecan tree, talons locked and ...


Second chance at wild life: Red-tailed hawk released after rehab at Howell Nature Center  Livingston Daily

Nearly three months after being struck by a car, a red-tailed hawk got a second chance at life in the wild on Friday. In a field next to Three Fires Elementary in ...


Permitted to keep wildlife under rehabilitation - Letters  The Star Online

WE refer to the report “All heated up over gibbons” (The Star, Nov 26). Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) is shocked at the manner in which procedures to move the ...


Fish Skin Used To Help Treat Wildlife At Rehab Hospital  SFGate

WALNUT CREEK (BCN) In a recent research breakthrough, a veterinarian from University of California at Davis and a veterinarian from the Lindsay Wildlife ...


CPW Warns Public To Leave Baby Wildlife Alone  Estes Park news

Officer takes mountain lion kitten taken from a home where it was fed bratwurst and fell ill.


Crikey! The Irwins are back on Animal Planet  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

PASADENA, Calif. — It's not every day you can stop off at a tiny zoo in the middle of nowhere and find the love your life. But that happened to Terri Irwin. Irwin is ...


Ghost net injures Loggerhead turtle near Hatteras Island  WTKR News 3

OUTER BANKS, N.C. – The Hatteras Island Wildlife Rehabilitation says that a female loggerhead turtle was hurt, but is now doing well, after getting tangled in a ...


Ed Wall: Giving some critters a helping hand  Jacksonville Daily News

There have been a couple of visitors recently to the small community of Trent Woods that have caused somewhat of a stir for a few folks.They are black bears.


Sullivan’s Pond geese rounded up, heading to winter vacation home at Hope for Wildlife  Global News

Here's a sure sign of winter: the Sullivan's Pond geese are heading off on their annual vacation to spend the colder months at Hope for Wildlife rehabilitation ...


Outdoor briefs published Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018  Helena Independent Record

This interactive Q&A-style symposium will be held in Simperman Hall at Carroll College from 6:30 to 10 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6, and will be facilitated by Chris ...


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