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Cubs orphaned after mother was euthanized returning to wild
Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)
In this Jan. 31, 2018, photo, a bear cub looks out of its home at Wet Mountain Wet Mountain Wildlife Rehabilitation, a nonprofit animal rehabilitation operation in Wetmore, Colo. Orphan bear triplets, banished from Colorado Springs' swank Broadmoor ...



The Durango Herald

Cubs orphaned after mother was euthanized returning to wild
The Durango Herald
A bear cub looks out of its home on Jan. 31 at Wet Mountain Wet Mountain Wildlife Rehabilitation, a nonprofit animal rehabilitation operation in Wetmore. Orphan bear triplets, banished from Colorado Springs' swank Broadmoor neighborhood for eating ...

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Cubs orphaned after mother was euthanized returning to wild
WRAL.com
Last Friday at dawn, the triplets awoke at Wet Mountain Wildlife Rehabilitation near Wetmore, where human contact was kept to a minimum other than feeding and feces removal, feeling the sting of tranquilizer darts. As they drifted out of consciousness ...

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Science Daily

Climate change, urbanization driving opossum's northward march
Science Daily
Walsh and Tucker looked at the genetic consequences of two opossum range expansions, analyzing genetic data from opossums in Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin. Tissue samples from ears, lips, tails and hair follicles were collected from roadkill, from ...



UPI.com

Owls attack joggers, bikers in Canada
UPI.com
Owl expert Rob Hope of the Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society told the CBC that people's hair and headgear could be confusing the owls. "Sometimes joggers or cyclists with ponytails or black fleece vests tend to be the targets and often times ...



KRIS Corpus Christi News

Interested in a career working with animals?
KRIS Corpus Christi News
Volunteer Program Manager, Annie Vlach, says "this is a brand new program, we're really excited about it. We're gonna do it four times this year, and this first one is an overview of all of our animal care departments." You'll get a chance to see how ...



CSU Pueblo Today

Local wildlife nonprofit holds fundraising walk on Sept. 15
CSU Pueblo Today
A young oriole gets fed by a volunteer at Pueblo's Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. Courtesy: Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. Anyone in the CSU-Pueblo community who would like to help local wildlife can do so by participating ...



Support endangered and non-game wildlife on tax return
Del Norte Prospector
COLORADO— Help some of our state's threatened and endangered wildlife by volunteering a contribution to the Non-game Conservation and Wildlife Restoration Cash Fund on your 2017 Colorado state tax return through the voluntary income tax checkoff ...



Duluth News Tribune

Wolf, entangled in snare, shot in Duluth
Duluth News Tribune
A snare is a device intended to trap animals, a loop of wire designed to tighten around an animal's neck. Trappers use scent or bait to lure animals into the loop of the wire snare and the animal becomes trapped and dies of asphyxiation. The devices ...



TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Wolf shot in Duluth after getting snare wrapped around muzzle
TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
The Minnesota State Patrol, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Special Agent Ron Kramer and Minnesota Conservation Officer Don Murray were called in to help, as was Duluth-based Wildwoods wild animal rehabilitation service. “He might have been able to lick ...

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