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Bear euthanized due to safety concerns in Estes Park
FOX21News.com
The mother bear had three cubs, all of which were taken to Frisco Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation Center on Friday. Colorado Parks and Wildlife said it hopes to save the cubs and teach them to be wild again. They will stay at the rehab center until they ...

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The Denver Post

Bear that habitually wandered around Estes Park euthanized due to safety concerns
The Denver Post
He says the sow had reportedly broken into several homes and businesses in the town — including during the daytime when people were around. The mother bear had three cubs — all of which were taken to Frisco Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation Center on ...

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Mendocino Wildlife Association releases raccoons after rehabilitation
Ukiah Daily Journal
After three months of rehab, three baby raccoons that could barely keep their eyes open when they were first found were released last week near Mill Creek Road after successful rehabilitation. Mendocino Wildlife Association Volunteer Coordinator Jesse ...



GoErie.com

8th Edinboro Potterfest works its magic starting Sept. 15
GoErie.com
There's also Quidditch, a Potter trivia contest, owls and other fantastic beasts from the Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center, a “Magic Managed” play and plenty more Potter-themed fun. “The kids especially love it. They come in in ...



Greeley Tribune

Bear euthanized due to safety concerns in Estes Park
Greeley Tribune
Colorado wildlife officials say they decided to euthanize a mother bear after the bruin became a public safety risk near Rocky Mountain National Park. Jason Clay with Colorado Parks and Wildlife tells KUSA-TV that the sow had become habitual in Estes ...

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Mendocino Wildlife Association releases raccoons after rehabilitation
Ukiah Daily Journal
After three months of rehab, three baby raccoons that could barely keep their eyes open when they were first found were released last week near Mill Creek Road after successful rehabilitation. Mendocino Wildlife Association Volunteer Coordinator Jesse ...



The Denver Post

Black bear cubs orphaned after their mother was killed in Estes Park get new lease on life at rehab center
The Denver Post
Three black bear cubs that were orphaned last week after their mother was killed by wildlife officials for breaking into homes in Estes Park in search of food have been transported to a wildlife rehab facility in southern Colorado.
Black bear cubs orphaned after mom euthanized in Estes Park begin rehabilitation processThe Denver Channel

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KMOX (blog)

Doctor's Office For Raccoons, Skunks, Possums at Old High Ridge Sonic
KMOX (blog)
HIGH RIDGE, Mo. (KMOX) - On Little Brennan Road, just off Gravois Road, there's an old Sonic Drive-In, but the plastic marquee doesn't have a slurpee deal advertised - it displays photos of rabbits and skunks, and says "Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic ...



The News-Press

Florida algae crisis: Lee Health sees sharp rise in possible algae cases
The News-Press
The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife has been slammed with wildlife since a red tide outbreak has been documented off the coast of Southwest Florida. It has been a revolving door of sea turtles. Right now they are caring for several sea ...



Orlando Sentinel

County to unveil $3.5 million in planned improvements to "Back to Nature" Wildlife Refuge
Orlando Sentinel
The new building for Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge will have a community room, visitors' center, animal care area, food preparation area and administration area. The permanent building can be used for wildlife rehabilitation and educational courses.


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