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Using fuzzy mascot, Fremont County Sheriff's Office begs public to let wildlife be
Colorado Springs Gazette
Locally, animals removed from their habitats have few places to go. The Ellicott Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, which provided a haven for injured and displaced creatures for more than a decade, will close by the end of June, its owners announced last ...

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Pet Points: Helping wildlife is not always right thing to do
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Humane Animal Rescue's Wildlife Center in Verona cares for 4,000 orphaned, ill or injured animals each year, half of them birds. About 65 percent of those treated are released back to the wild on private property within 20 miles of the center. The ...
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Northwest Herald

Up to $6000 reward offered in finding possible coyote pup abuser
Northwest Herald
According to a Facebook post, Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation said Cook County Forest Preserve police found seven coyote pups in a bag that was inside a container in Spring Creek Valley Forest Preserve in early May. Six of the pups were dead, and ...

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Bonner County Daily Bee

AHWF helps critters go home
Bonner County Daily Bee
The goal of wildlife rehabilitation is to provide professional care to sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals so ultimately they can be returned to their natural habitat. Wild animals that have lost their natural fear of humans cannot survive in the ...

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Residents urged not to interact with newborn wildlife
The Durango Herald
Despite the well-meaning concern, there is no substitute for an animal's natural parents and it is often more harmful when people try to “save” them themselves or through a wildlife rehabilitation facility. It's normal for adult animals to leave their ...



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Wildlife rehabilitation center holds grand opening and wildlife baby shower
WDRB
(WDRB) -- A wildlife rehabilitation center in Mt. Washington invited the public out for it's grand opening Saturday. A few hundred people came out to Second Chances Wildlife Center for the opening, and it's wildlife baby shower. This time of year is ...

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Bend Bulletin

They may look frantic but young owls aren?t in distress
Bend Bulletin
As the young owls hop around, many well-meaning people mistakenly think they're in distress and call local wildlife rehabilitators. The fledglings, which are nearly as large as an adult owl, confuse people when they don't fly away, but there's no cause ...



The Durango Herald

Residents urged not to interact with newborn wildlife
The Durango Herald
Despite the well-meaning concern, there is no substitute for an animal's natural parents and it is often more harmful when people try to “save” them themselves or through a wildlife rehabilitation facility. It's normal for adult animals to leave their ...



Asheville Citizen-Times

Wildlife Rehabiliation Center kicks off summer presentations
Asheville Citizen-Times
BANNER ELK — Curious children and adults alike can now visit the May Wildlife Rehabilitation Center on the campus of Lees-McRae College on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 1 p.m. for its free summer wildlife presentation series. The hourlong ...



nwitimes.com

Animals often lose in clash with human development
nwitimes.com
Stephanie Kadletz, director of Moraine Ridge Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, with one of several orphaned skunks. Moraine Ridge Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. Buy Now. Bob Kasarda, The Times. A baby American robin (left) and sparrow are fed at the ...


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