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Sioux City Journal

Found an injured or orphaned wild animal? The Wildlife Lodge and Clinic can help
Sioux City Journal
Simon, a licensed wildlife rehabilitator with Wildlife Lodge and Clinic, placed Gilligan in a large kennel in her garage with food and water and draped a blanket over the top of the enclosure. She called fellow rehabilitator Becky Weber, of Mapleton ...



Wildlife Rehab to be DAR topic
Record-Courier
The Old Northwest — Aaron Olmstead chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Portage County Historical Society, 6549 N. Chestnut St., Ravenna. Fran Kitchen, founder and director of “Operation Orphan: ...



WEAU

Local scouts volunteer time at wildlife rehab
WEAU
(WEAU) -- From bobcats and coyotes, to badgers and owls, Patti Stangel has dedicated the last two decades to caring for Wisconsin's sick and injured wildlife. For 13 years, she worked with a wildlife rehab organization in Fall Creek. After it closed ...



Wildlife Rehab to be DAR topic
ThisWeek Community News
The Old Northwest — Aaron Olmstead chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Portage County Historical Society, 6549 N. Chestnut St., Ravenna. Fran Kitchen, founder and director of “Operation Orphan: ...



The Keene Sentinel

This owl had an extraordinary survival story after a very bad day
The Keene Sentinel
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, Wash. “He's unusual.” The saga of this raptor ...



Motorists, law enforcement band together to rescue bald eagle hit by car in Macon
The Telegraph
Ordinarily there is a local licensed wildlife rehabilitation specialist that can be called, but not for the federally protected bald eagle. It could only be picked up the Georgia Department of National Resources Wildlife Resources Division, and it took ...



Waco-area news briefs: May 14, 2018
Waco Tribune-Herald
The meeting will start with a meet-and-greet, followed by a program at 7 p.m.. The speaker will be from the Wildlife Rehab Center in Lorena. It is a federally licensed nonprofit wildlife rehabilitation center for injured and orphaned animals in the ...



Colorado Public Radio

When Baby Geese Are Orphaned, This Wildlife Center Finds Them New Feathered Families
Colorado Public Radio
If not, then they can bring the little one to Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. And don't keep a gosling as a pet. For one, it's against state law. But also, the longer a baby goose is away from its own kind, the slimmer the chance it can ever ...



Rutland Herald

VINS takes ailing birds under its wing
Rutland Herald
At the beginning of May, Herald staff photographer Robert Layman visited the Vermont Institute of Natural Science in Quechee to document a morning in its Wildlife Rehabilitation Program. VINS' large infrastructure as an educational facility allows it ...



SILive.com

Turkey lays 16 eggs outside Dongan Hills home; owner says bird is aggressive
SILive.com
Experts speculate that the birds were released by a local on the grounds of the South Beach Psychiatric Center, and, in June 2001, a wildlife rehabilitation and education center was built there as a response to the birds. Multiple reports of turkey ...

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