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Arizona Daily Star

Tucson woman's attempt to rescue injured owl goes wrong
Arizona Daily Star
The woman intended to take the owl to a veterinarian or a wildlife rehabilitation center, said Mark Hart, a Game and Fish spokesman. After the owl latched onto her, the woman called the department's 24-hour dispatch line to ask for help, Hart said. The ...



KSAT San Antonio

Family changes story, mistook bobcat kittens for bengal kittens
KSAT San Antonio
The bobcat kittens are doing fine, according to Reyes. Interesting to note -- the Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation logo features a bobcat. It's best to call a wildlife rehabilitation center or Animal Care Services at 311 instead of intervening with ...
Bobcat kittens mistaken for domestic kittens, 3 people injuredKVUE.com
3 injured after bobcat kittens mistaken for domestic catsThe Weather Network
Local family mistakenly takes in bobcat kittensSpectrum News
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HNGnews.com

Humane Society gives turtle-handling tips
HNGnews.com
If you see an injured turtle along the roadside, please pick it up and transport it to a licensed wildlife rehabilitator even if you are not sure it is alive any longer. Even if it is not alive, there may be eggs that can be saved and incubated and ...

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USA TODAY

3 hurt in San Antonio after family takes home kittens, finds out — painfully — they are bobcats
USA TODAY
Hey listen, wildlife really should remain IN THE WILD and it's up to us to help make that happen! These bobcat kittens are now orphaned and under quarantine with our partners at Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation because someone thought they looked like ...
Family changes story, mistook bobcat kittens for bengal kittensKSAT San Antonio
Bobcat kittens mistaken for domestic kittens, 3 people injuredKVUE.com
Several people bitten after bobcat kittens mistaken for domestic kittensWTHR
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Journal of the San Juan Islands

Protect wildlife during baby season on San Juan Island
Journal of the San Juan Islands
Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a nonprofit located on San Juan with a mission to promote the well-being of wildlife and their habitats through rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife, public education and noninvasive research ...



wnep.com

Baby Fawns Spotted in the Poconos
wnep.com
Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Director Kathy Uhler says this time of year is very busy for baby animals. In fact, she's even taking care of a fawn that was recently brought to the center in Hamilton Township. So what should you do if you find one?

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Traverse City Record Eagle

Fawn over but don't touch
Traverse City Record Eagle
Donna and David Prevo operate Leelanau Wildlife Care, a licensed and certified wildlife rehabilitation center specializing in white tail fawns. The approach of spring calls on the couple to prepare for the anticipated 12 tiny spotted deer soon to ...



kfor.com

Healing a hawk: How wildlife experts treat injuries of the smallest and wildest
kfor.com
NOBLE, Okla. – Most of us are familiar with the process of healing a human's broken leg, but what about a bird? In this case, it's not just any bird, it's a baby hawk. He is being treated at a wildlife rehabilitation center in Noble. At WildCare ...



Press Pubs

Sheriff's office rescues baby fox
Press Pubs
If it appears that the animal truly is orphaned or hurt, call an expert. During business hours (9 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday; 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday), call the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center at 651-486-9453; employees may be able to instruct ...



Los Angeles Times

Sick pelicans mysteriously showing up in Southern California
Los Angeles Times
The number of sick and dying brown pelicans along the Southern California coast has mysteriously surged in the last week, a wildlife organization said Thursday. More than 25 pelicans have been brought to a wildlife rehabilitation center in the San ...

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