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Birds of Prey presentation at FENCE Feb. 25
Tryon Daily Bulletin
Get up close and personal with some local birds of prey at Foothills Equestrian Nature Center on Saturday, Feb. 25 at 2 p.m.. Wild for Life a local wildlife rehabilitation center out of Asheville, N.C. will present a fun, educational program on local ...



DeKalb Daily Chronicle

Oaken Acres seeks interns, volunteers
DeKalb Daily Chronicle
Oaken Acres Wildlife Center, a wildlife rehabilitation center founded in 1984, takes in about 600 patients a year primarily from DeKalb County. These patients come to the center injured or orphaned and can take countless hours of care for the days ...



Fox 4

Peace River Wildlife Center 2/24/17
Fox 4
Originally confined to the lanai of one of its founders, the Center quickly gained credibility and a new location as citizens learned of its successes in wildlife rehabilitation. PRWC admits about 2,000 patients annually, a number that has increased ...

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Winter bird rehab
Bennington Banner (subscription)
"I saw him on the side of the road, just sitting there, trying to fly," the young woman explained to Maria Colby, director of Wings of the Dawn Wildlife Rehabilitation and Rescue. "Other cars were stopping and then circling back around to see if I ...



Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: Feb. 13-19
news.delaware.gov
On Feb. 19, Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers presented information on obtaining wildlife rehabilitator permits, endangered and threatened species and Natural Resources Police's role in wildlife rehabilitation at the Delaware Council of ...



Omaha World-Herald

NHS a resource for wildlife encounters
Omaha World-Herald
The NHS works with an organization called Wildlife Rehab Inc. based in Louisville, Neb. Animals are taken there to see if they can be rehabiltated and released back into the wild, while animals that are too sick to recover or suffering are often ...

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BurlingtonFreePress.com

Wildlife rehab centers help heal - Burlington Free Press
BurlingtonFreePress.com
An injured barred owl sat in the back seat of a four-door sedan, staring balefully out the window at its rescuer. “I saw him on the side of the road, just sitting there, ...

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CBS Local

February's Warmth Poses Threat To Bats
CBS Local
The above-average temperatures are set to return, and it's confusing some of our local wildlife. Animals are coming out of hibernation months and, for one species, it could be a big problem. The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota has seen an ...



nwitimes.com

Animal baby shower aids efforts of wildlife rehab center
nwitimes.com
The center's staff works hard to educate area residents about what to do when they find injured and orphaned wildlife, Harmon said. Thankfully, she said, most people call before they show up at the center with the animals so staff can assess via ...



Outside briefs, Feb. 25, 2017
Grand Junction Daily Sentinel
The nongame and endangered wildlife cash fund will also help to support wildlife rehabilitation centers that work to care for injured and orphaned wildlife ranging from the Colorado chipmunk to the great blue heron. CPW is an enterprise agency funded ...

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