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Journal of the San Juan Islands

Journal welcomes new graphic artist
Journal of the San Juan Islands
After college she pursued travel and animal sanctuaries, volunteering her time at rescue facilities around the globe. She came to San Juan Island for an internship with Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. The animals, landscape and people on ...

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Coyote seized from Spring Township home
Reading Eagle
Wildlife conservation officers, responding to a citizen complaint, seized a coyote pup from a Spring Township home Friday, a Pennslvania Game Commission spokesman said Monday. Officials learned the individuals had taken the animal in public and ...



Lead poisoning found in Kiski Township bald eagle
Tribune-Review
The bird then was transferred to Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation & Education Center in Saegertown, where blood tests confirmed lead poisoning. The eagle's condition was "guarded" Monday afternoon. Since eagles are scavengers, the bird could have ...



YubaNet

Where the Wild Things Are – Garden Party on Sept. 9 to benefit Wildlife Rehab&Release
YubaNet
The seventh annual, “Where the Wild Things Are – Garden Party” for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release will be held at Prospector's Nursery in Nevada City on September 9 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Join the volunteers from Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release ...



The Southern

Python found in Herrin neighborhood
The Southern
“They just happened to see it and were not really sure what to do about it,” Laird said. Howell captured the snake. It was sent to Free Again Wildlife Rehabilitation. “The concern with snake like that is that it might be able to kill a small animal or ...



Cleanliness is life-and-death matter for birds
Minneapolis Star Tribune
"External parasites are a natural occurrence in wild birds, hence they spend a good amount of time preening their feathers," says Leslie Reed, senior veterinarian and director of veterinary education at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota ...

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Minneapolis Star Tribune

Cleanliness is life-and-death matter for birds
Minneapolis Star Tribune
"External parasites are a natural occurrence in wild birds, hence they spend a good amount of time preening their feathers," says Leslie Reed, senior veterinarian and director of veterinary education at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota ...

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East Bay Times

Community briefs: Walnut Creek and Lamorinda Aug. 18 and beyond
East Bay Times
Participants can stroll the courtyard, bid on items, and have their photo taken with an animal ambassador, like an owl, or Topaz the golden eagle. The cost is $125 per person, and every dollar raised will benefit the wildlife rehabilitation and ...

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The Union of Grass Valley

Where the Wild Things Are garden party supports Wildlife Rehabilitation & Release
The Union of Grass Valley
The seventh annual "Where the Wild Things Are — Garden Party" for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release will be held 6-9 p.m. Sept. 9 at Prospector's Nursery in Nevada City. Local band "Three Times Through," with their toe-tapping instrumentals, will ...
Rescued owl recovering at animal hospitalPeterborough Examiner

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Loudoun County Animal Watch
Washington Post
An animal control officer determined that the opossum was too badly injured for rehabilitation. It was euthanized. Unable to fly, but fast on its feet: Market St. E., 100 block, Leesburg, Aug. 10. Animal control officers tried to capture an injured ...

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