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Visitors get rare, behind-the-scenes peek inside Penitentiary Glen's Kevin P. Clinton Wildlife Center
News-Herald.com
Once a year for at least the last decade, the staff at Lake Metroparks' Penitentiary Glen Reservation in Kirtland open the wildlife rehabilitation center there to the public for an uncommon glimpse at what it takes to nurse injured and abandoned ...



Reading Eagle

Five things to know this week
Reading Eagle
Peggy Hentz of Red Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation Center will give talks on saving wildlife in the Weston Pavilion at the Shadle Nature Center at the fairgrounds. The presentations, featuring rehabilitated animals, will be held at 5:30, 6:30 and 7:30 p ...



KATU

Singed bear spotted in Grants Pass
KATU
For small injured wildlife including birds call the Wildlife Images Rehabilitation and Education Center, 11845 Lower River Rd, Grants Pass, OR 97526 (541) 476-0222 Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm. For Bear, Cougars and Deer call the Oregon ...

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KVAL

Singed bear spotted in Grants Pass
KVAL
For small injured wildlife including birds call the Wildlife Images Rehabilitation and Education Center, 11845 Lower River Rd, Grants Pass, OR 97526 (541) 476-0222 Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm. For Bear, Cougars and Deer call the Oregon ...



Twin Falls Times-News

Curious Mind: Wildlife rehab is volunteer-based
Twin Falls Times-News
Wildlife rehabilitation in the Magic Valley is volunteer-based, Price said. For example, Price and Hazelton animal rescuer Saundra Cummins are friends with a common purpose. They met at Murtaugh Lake many years ago, brought together by many friends ...



27east.com

National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore WIll Bring His Ark To Southampton
27east.com
He asks zoos, aquariums, private breeders, and wildlife rehabilitation centers if he can photograph the endangered animals they have, and he said that most of them agree. He shoots the animals for free, and of course the publicity for those places ...



Cedar Valley Daily Times

Buchanan County to host 'Hunters Lead the Way' exhibit
Cedar Valley Daily Times
Now, the majority of injured and sick eagles brought into wildlife rehabilitation facilities are testing positive for lead. It has been documented that 130 different species of wildlife are affected by lead in the environment. By voluntarily using non ...



Newsday

Foster-parenting high in the trees
Newsday
This season, the Volunteers for Wildlife rehabilitation center in Locust Valley took in six young red-tailed hawks, an unusually high number. Sometimes people find them injured or malnourished on the ground. After providing them treatment, if we can ...



Newsday

Photos: Orphan hawk 'adopted' in the skies
Newsday
This season, the Volunteers for Wildlife rehabilitation center in Locust Valley took in six young red-tailed hawks, an unusually high number. Besides trying to reunite them with their parents there is another tool for wildlife rehabilitators: foster ...



Rhode Island Public Radio

Middleborough Police Kill Fox Believed To Be Responsible For Attacking Two People
Rhode Island Public Radio
Stephanie Ellis, executive director of Wild Care Inc., a wildlife rehabilitation center in Eastham, said foxes in this area rarely attack people. “I mean, they live around us but they keep a healthy distance," Ellis said. "I would say that this is ...

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