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Florida Today

Merritt Island manatee returns to warm waters
Florida Today
ORLANDO = Wednesday morning, SeaWorld Orlando and the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens returned two rehabilitated manatees, including one based on Merritt Island. A warm water source near the St. John Boat Ramp provided the perfect location for this ...



Sierra Magazine

Rescue Remedy: 6 Inspiring Animal Rehab Instagram Accounts
Sierra Magazine
The last of the holiday decorations are coming down, and some parts of the country are currently colder than Mars. On the prowl for some extra cheer, we scouted out six animal-rescue Instagram accounts that'll guarantee followers a daily dose of ...



Revelstoke Review

SPCA seeks public input on plan
Revelstoke Review
“The BC SPCA is the largest animal welfare organization of its kind in North America, with services ranging from cruelty investigations, sheltering and wildlife rehabilitation to advocacy, humane education and farm animal welfare programs,” said Craig ...

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Can Hunters and Activists Team Up to Phase Out Lead Bullets?
Truth-Out
But the majority of injured and sick eagles and birds brought into wildlife rehabilitation facilities around the country test positive for lead. Although no federal agency keeps comprehensive track of wildlife lead poisoning, a documented 130 species ...



KRIS Corpus Christi News

Texas State Aquarium treats, releases more than 700 cold-stunned sea turtles
KRIS Corpus Christi News
Since the beginning of the year, the Texas State Aquarium has admitted and cared for nearly 800 cold-stunned sea turtles, releasing more than 700 sea turtles back into their natural habitat. Marking an all-time record for the aquarium's wildlife ...
Cold-stunned manatees, sea turtles warming up at SeaWorldPhys.Org

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Smithsonian

Heatwave Kills Hundreds of Flying Fox Pups in Australia
Smithsonian
The Campbelltown conservation group Help Save the Wildlife and Bushlands reports that at least 400 of the animals have died from the heat, posting images of the carnage on their Facebook page. As people began to realize that the animals were succumbing ...

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Sacramento Bee

Hairless bear uses blankets, palm fronds to make nests while she recovers
Sacramento Bee
A young, hairless bear cub rescued in Placer County in December is recovering well after being transported to a wildlife rehabilitation center in Southern California. The cub, who was found to be suffering from a severe case of mange, was rescued by ...

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HuffPost

Wildlife feeding during the winter and why it can be harmful.
HuffPost
Other non-ruminant species of wildlife can get similar conditions which all can result in organ failure and death. In wildlife rehabilitation we are very aware of this and we utilize carefully designed protocols that involve hydration therapy and ...



WTSP 10 News

Health officials: It's time to corral Florida's monkeys
WTSP 10 News
So when a recent federal report found the disease could be transmitted through a bite or scratch, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission decided the monkey's pose a public health risk. “Therefore, the FWC supports active management to ...

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Wisconsin Gazette (blog)

Bare black bear gets an incredible second chance at HSUS animal care center
Wisconsin Gazette (blog)
We take in thousands of animals at our wildlife rehabilitation facilities each year, but to me, the creature we took in a few weeks ago looked like no one who'd ever passed through our gates. At the Fund for Animals Wildlife Center in San Diego County ...


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