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Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
Longmont Observer
Halfway between Longmont and Lyons is a remarkable place called the Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. Started in 1982 by the. Read more. About. The Longmont Observer is a community owned nonprofit news and media organization in Longmont ...



Longmont Observer

Because Green Wood Doesn't Burn
Longmont Observer
Halfway between Longmont and Lyons is a remarkable place called the Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. Started in 1982 by the Humane Society of Boulder Valley, Greenwood helps orphaned and injured wildlife. Funding for the facility originally ...

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Dinner raises $1600 for Wild Care
Cape Cod Times (subscription)
A May 10 dinner at Karoo South African Cuisine of Eastham generated more than $1,600 for Wild Care Inc., a wildlife rehabilitation center located in Eastham, according to a statement from the organization. The funds will support the nonprofit's mission ...



'Dangerous' bear that entered Broadmoor-area garage has run out of chances
Colorado Springs Gazette
The bear, which was malnourished and had an injured leg, was taken to a wildlife rehabilitation facility and released in southern Colorado more than a year later. Residents - especially those on the city's west side, where wildlife encounters are more ...

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'Dangerous' bear under a death sentence as Colorado Springs woman deals with backlash
Colorado Springs Gazette
The bear, which was malnourished and had an injured leg, was taken to a wildlife rehabilitation facility and released in southern Colorado more than a year later. Residents - especially those on the city's west side, where wildlife encounters are more ...

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Teton Valley News

A Grizzly Proposition
Teton Valley News
Last week I attended an event hosted by the Teton Wildlife Rehabilitation Center and listened with great interest to author Todd Wilkinson deliver a fascinating account of the state of grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. At one point ...

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Sun Sentinel

Cure for an injured tortoise? Vet tries amped up acupuncture
Sun Sentinel
Dr. Renata Schneider, the center's director of wildlife rehabilitation, estimates it will be another six months before the tortoise is ready to be released back into the wild. “We want to make sure she's walking completely normally,” Schneider said ...



Shirley Fonda has operated a cat rescue for 19 years. She's ready to close it
Centre Daily Times
As a retired marine biologist and wildlife rehabilitation specialist, she has cared for every injured and ill wild animal that needed her help. “Her heart is bigger than you can possibly describe,” Fonda's Foundling volunteer Ronnie Sumner said. “She ...



Glens Falls Post-Star

At-risk youths team with troopers at Wild Center
Glens Falls Post-Star
Madison Riccio, 12, of Argyle, wants to be a wildlife rehabilitation worker. So she watched closely as workers handled the raptors at the Wild Center, taking notes for her prospective career. "You have to be very gentle, and you can't move your arms ...



The Mercury News

Fire forces brief evacuation of San Jose wildlife center
The Mercury News
A San Jose Animal Services officer transfers wild animals back into the Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley after a grass fire along Penitencia Creek threatened the rehabilitation center on Thursday, June 29, 2017, in San Jose, Calif. Nearly 500 animals ...


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