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Orphaned, injured animals find a home at the Perkins Wildlife Center in Cleveland
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The new wildlife rehabilitation facility opened in September and it's home to animals like a visually impaired great horned owl, a groundhog rejected by her mother and three coyotes rescued during an emergency roadside c-section after their mother was ...



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Baby Owl Blown out of Nest Last Month has Been Reunited with Parents
WDJT
According to the Wisconsin Humane Society, the Great Horned Owlet arrived at their Wildlife Rehabilitation Center on March 8th after falling 40 feet out of his nest on a windy day. Licensed rehabilitators realized that returning him to his parents ...



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Oregon man brings apparently dying bear cub to wildlife rehab center
Idaho State Journal
Oregon resident Corey Hancock, 41, recently found a bear cub that he said appeared to be nearly dead and brought it to a wildlife rehab center to save its life. He has been warned but not cited for removing the cub from his habitat, according to Oregon ...
Two Oregon bear cubs taken to Wash. wildlife rehab centerKTVZ
Hiker who picked up bear cub in Oregon woods defends his actionsQ13 FOX
Oregon man finds nearly lifeless bear cub during hike, performs mouth-to-mouth to save himFox 59
Prescott Daily Courier -OregonLive.com -Facebook
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Don't rescue young wildlife
Buckmasters Online
Spring means it is time for wildlife to bear young. Often, during this time of year, people come in contact with seemingly orphaned young wildlife and want to help – but it is best to leave them where you find them, according to the Georgia Department ...



Idaho State Journal

Oregon man brings apparently dying bear cub to wildlife rehab center
Idaho State Journal
Oregon resident Corey Hancock, 41, recently found a bear cub that he said appeared to be nearly dead and brought it to a wildlife rehab center to save its life. He has been warned but not cited for removing the cub from his habitat, according to Oregon ...
Two Oregon bear cubs taken to Wash. wildlife rehab centerKTVZ
Hiker who picked up bear cub in Oregon woods defends his actionsQ13 FOX
Oregon man finds nearly lifeless bear cub during hike, performs mouth-to-mouth to save himFox 59
Prescott Daily Courier -OregonLive.com
all 41 news articles »

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Woodlands Wildlife releases endangered bobcat into wild after car crash
New Jersey Hills
CLINTON - Woodlands Wildlife Refuge, a nonprofit New Jersey wildlife rehabilitation facility, received a badly injured bobcat from the after a car crash, and after surgery and rehabilitation, on Wednesday, March 29, the bobcat was given his freedom ...

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Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier

'Feathers and Fur' baby shower set
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
The Black Hawk Wildlife Rehabilitation Project has been rescuing, rehabbing and releasing injured, orphaned and abandoned wildlife/babies for more than 30 years locally. Last Hope Animal Rescue came to northeast Iowa in January, but has served the ...



Colfax wildlife rehab center cares for hundreds of animals annually
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Colfax (WQOW) -- One Chippewa Valley police officer is helping more than just those on two feet -- he's helping those with two wings. Officer Travis Hakes rescued an injured owl while on duty in Lake Hallie late last month. His first move was to take ...



Don't rescue young wildlife
Buckmasters Online
Spring means it is time for wildlife to bear young. Often, during this time of year, people come in contact with seemingly orphaned young wildlife and want to help – but it is best to leave them where you find them, according to the Georgia Department ...



YubaNet

Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release: Tips for Protecting Wildlife in the Spring
YubaNet
April 4, 2017 – With the emergence of recent spring weather, Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release (WR&R) offers the following suggestions to minimize impacts on nesting or young wild animals and birds. Don't Mow Grass/Weeds Too Short in Early Spring ...


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