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BurlingtonFreePress.com

Vermont man had two illegal reptiles, authorities say
BurlingtonFreePress.com
A Westfield man faces a potential fine after Vermont Fish and Wildlife says it removed two exotic reptiles from his home that are illegal to have in Vermont. Fish and Wildlife authorities searched Raymond J. Barlow's home late last week, according to ...
Vermont man charged with illegally importing 2 lizardsABC News

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BurlingtonFreePress.com

Vermont man had two illegal reptiles, authorities say
BurlingtonFreePress.com
A Westfield man faces a potential fine after Vermont Fish and Wildlife says it removed two exotic reptiles from his home that are illegal to have in Vermont. Fish and Wildlife authorities searched Raymond J. Barlow's home late last week, according to ...
Vermont man charged with illegally importing 2 lizardsABC News
Vermont Man Charged With Illegally Importing 2 Lizards | Vermont ...U.S. News & World Report

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Westfield man charged with importing exotic reptiles
vtdigger.org
Raymond J. Barlow, 29, was charged with illegally importing wildlife and faces fines up to $722. Vermont State Game Wardens received a Facebook photo from a member of the public alerting them to the presence of the illegal reptiles at Barlow's ...



Citrus County Chronicle

Young, orphaned manatees rescued from bay
Citrus County Chronicle
Staff with Sea World's wildlife rehabilitation team will work to feed and grow the marine mammals to an adequate size — about 600 pounds — before releasing them back into King's Bay, Garrett said. Garrett said younger manatees going back into the ...



Minneapolis Star Tribune

Wildlife Rehab Center Open House Sunday, Feb. 18
Minneapolis Star Tribune
The Minnesota Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is having a free open house Sunday (Feb. 18). The center plays an important role in this community, treating hundreds of injured animals each year. Visit between noon and 4 p.m.. The address is 2530 Dale St ...

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National Geographic

This is What a Literal Bear Hug Looks Like
National Geographic
Born to captive parents at a wildlife park in California, Jimbo was brought to the nonprofit Orphaned Wildlife Center as an injured cub years ago. When the park went under, the center took him in because he wouldn't have been able to survive in the ...



Minneapolis Star Tribune

Wildlife Rehab Center Open House Sunday, Feb. 18
Minneapolis Star Tribune
The Minnesota Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is having a free open house Sunday (Feb. 18). The center plays an important role in this community, treating hundreds of injured animals each year. Visit between noon and 4 p.m.. The address is 2530 Dale St ...

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Fort Worth Star Telegram

For wildlife rescue folks, February is 'baby season.' Look at these little critters
Fort Worth Star Telegram
In the Pursers' case, Koeninger contacted the former president of one of those rescue and rehabilitation outfits, Arlington resident Belen Nobert. Nobert got the fuzzy little guy that Keller Fire and Rescue named Missile to a colleague, Alice Jolley ...



Citrus County Chronicle

Pair of manatees rescued
Citrus County Chronicle
Staff with Sea World's wildlife rehabilitation team will work to feed and grow the marine mammals to an adequate size — about 600 pounds — before releasing them back into King's Bay, Garrett said. Garrett said younger manatees going back into the ...

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The Durango Herald

On the trail of Colorado's birds
The Durango Herald
Diana Miller, wildlife rehabilitation manager for the Nature and Wildlife Discovery Center's raptor center near Lake Pueblo, talks about massive feet and sharp talons that golden eagles use to grasp their prey, which have been known to include animals ...


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