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Santa Fe New Mexican

Owl survives 300-mile trip on pickup's grille
Santa Fe New Mexican
A colleague of the driver had brought the owl in, Convy said, and relayed that he had been driving in Eastern Washington when he collided with a bird. Assuming it was a goner, he continued nearly 300 miles to a Seattle suburb, where he parked the truck ...



The Daily Herald

Lynnwood clinic releases owl 2 months after its very bad day
The Daily Herald
After all of that, more than two months of rehabilitation for a mangled wing must have seemed like no big deal. “Oh, he stood out,” said Jennifer Convy, director of the PAWS Wildlife Center in Lynnwood. “He's unusual.” The saga of this raptor — which ...

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KVUE.com

Bobcat kittens mistaken for domestic kittens, 3 people injured
KVUE.com
ACS says it's possible the felines came from the Salado Creek area, where parts are still underdeveloped and wildlife exists. An ACS officer took the bobcat kittens to the care of Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation. The kittens are not injured and ...
Family found the cutest rescue kittens. Then — Ouch! — found out they're bobcatsSacramento Bee

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North Forty News

Northern Colorado Wildlife Center hopes to fill a gap in wildlife rehab
North Forty News
“Suddenly, a loud, frantic quacking came from the other side of the lake.” Josh Traver was working in his first year as a wildlife rehabilitator when a call came in from the owners of a boat on Lake Loveland, not knowing what to do. There were seven ...



South Jetty

Legacy
South Jetty
Wildlife rehabilitator Tony Amos watches an endangered Kemp's ridley sea turtle nest on the beach on San Jose Island, also known as St. Joe, in April 2012. Courtesy photoAfter Tony Amos died last year, it was said that his many years of work at ...



Town Line

Co-founder of wildlife rehab center remembered
Town Line
“We are frequently asked how we got involved in wildlife rehabilitation. It began when Donald expressed the desire to raise waterfowl. We were fortunate to find land in Vassalboro with a small area of water that could be enlarged. Then, an article ...



'Hoo' Haven to host spring wildlife baby shower May 12
Rockford Register Star
DURAND — “Hoo” Haven Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, 10823 Cleveland Road, will host a spring wildlife baby shower fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 12. Wildlife newborns will be available for quiet viewing to see how volunteers care for them ...



Arizona Daily Star

Tucson woman's attempt to rescue owl goes horribly wrong
Arizona Daily Star
A woman who picked up a dazed owl ended up with the owl latched onto her sleeve and the steering wheel. She hit the great horned owl with her vehicle on Oracle Road after 11 p.m. Monday, which left it dazed by the side of the road. She turned around to ...

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Community Newspaper Group

Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre founder thrilled to have parasite named after her
Community Newspaper Group
FOR some, sharing a name with a parasite might not be affirming but for June Butcher, having one named after her is a “great honour”. The founder of Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre recently became the namesake of a new coccidia parasite ...



Young wildlife needs to be left alone during breeding season
The Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle
Handling wild animals can result in the handler being bitten. According to the Centers for Disease Control, wild animals that bite a person must be euthanized immediately to be tested for rabies. Homewood-Flossmoor area residents who have questions can ...


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