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National Geographic

Inside the disturbing world of illegal wildlife trade
National Geographic
A recent report by the World Wildlife Fund for Nature showed that between 1970 and 2014 the vertebrate population declined by an average of 60 percent. While this was mostly due to habitat loss, the illegal trade in wildlife—whether rhino horn, tiger ...



Event to raise funds for wildlife rehab ranch
Joplin Globe
MIAMI, Okla. — A dinner, auction and charity casino event will raise funds for Wild Heart Ranch, a rehabilitation facility for all species of wildlife needing orphan support, injury treatment or disease recovery. Doors will open at the “Dine for the ...



The Auburn Plainsman

Raptor center to release bald eagle Saturday
The Auburn Plainsman
A division of the Auburn University College of Medicine, the Southeastern Raptor Center is dedicated to wildlife conservation, rehabilitation and education. Since the mid-1970s, it has rehabilitated and released thousands of injured birds and educated ...



Charleston Gazette-Mail

John McCoy: Gas industry, sportsmen team up for wildlife
Charleston Gazette-Mail
Wetzel is one of the WMAs where DNR officials are trying to improve wildlife habitat by allowing small, localized timber cuts. The idea of the cuts is to create “early successional habitat,” young growth beneficial to deer, turkeys, grouse and a ...



Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier

Volunteers needed for area projects
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
If you're passionate about caring for orphaned, injured or otherwise impaired wildlife, check out the Black Hawk Wildlife Rehabilitation Project. They are seeking volunteers to assist with the maintenance of facilities and to be part of their efforts ...



New Philadelphia Times Reporter

Rehabilitated bald eagle returns to skies of Tuscarawas County
New Philadelphia Times Reporter
After spending about six weeks in a rehabilitation facility near Columbus for treatment of injuries, a bald eagle is flying free again in the skies above Tuscarawas County. The eagle was released Sunday afternoon ... “This time of year is good for this ...

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Meriden Record-Journal

Families enjoy Southington library's Renaissance faire, birds of prey
Meriden Record-Journal
Falcons, hawks and an American bald eagle were on display at a “Birds of Prey” demonstration by Christine's Critters, a local wildlife rehabilitation and education organization. Tania Puente said she heard about the bird demonstration and decided to ...



The News-Press

Taste of the Islands Sanibel celebrates CROW's 50th anniversary
The News-Press
The 37th Taste of the Islands Sanibel event helped draw crowds to help raise funds for the island's wildlife rehabilitation clinic.

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CITGO Earns Recognition for Wildlife Stewardship
Benzinga
Founded more than forty years ago, Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research is an internationally recognized and licensed nonprofit wildlife rehabilitation organization based out of Newark, Delaware. Its mission focuses on rehabilitating injured, orphaned and ...

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KHON2

Hawaii Wildlife Center tends to hundreds of downed seabirds on Oahu
KHON2
"Our team will recover them, do a full evaluation, and if they're healthy we'll get them back out into the ocean right away. If they require any rehabilitation, we will take them in, stabilize them, and then transfer them to the main wildlife hospital ...


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