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'He's getting stronger:” Rescued red fox kit begins to recover at Wisconsin Humane Society
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MILWAUKEE — “Shhhh. Clover is sleeping-in.” Officials at the Wisconsin Humane Society's Wildlife Rehabilitation Center say the little red fox kit, named Clover, that was recently rescued from a busy road is beginning to recover. app-facebook. Wildlife ...



Geese, ducks go missing at lake park
Chino Champion
“They were all accounted for Monday evening and by 7 a.m. the next morning they were gone,” said Ms. Weinberg, who visits the waterfowl on a regular basis with her friends from the Wildlife Rehabilitation Association. Association member Lydia Yasuda ...



Terre Haute Tribune Star

Wildlife care specialists to speak at Audubon Society on Wednesday
Terre Haute Tribune Star
The Wabash Valley Audubon Society will host WildCare Inc. from Bloomington at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the Native American Museum in Dobbs Memorial Park, 5170 E. Poplar St. WildCare will share its stories of wildlife rehabilitation. The non-profit ...



LubbockOnline.com

Rehab center helps animals and people
LubbockOnline.com
The South Plains Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a healing place. And not just for injured and orphaned animals. It's a place where volunteers and onlookers can find comfort and healing as well. When the Wildlife Center celebrates its 30th ...



Toronto Wildlife Centre struggles to keep up
Toronto Sun
What do an eastern fox snake, red-tailed hawk, long-tailed duck, Virginia opossum and big brown bat have in common? They were all recently being treated for a variety of maladies at the Toronto Wildlife Centre which will celebrate its 25th anniversary ...



WKRN.com

Bald eagle recovering after being shot in Middle Tennessee
WKRN.com
(Courtesy: Walden's Puddle). NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A bald eagle is recovering after being shot in Middle Tennessee. The bird is being taken care of by wildlife rehabilitation facility Walden's Puddle in Joelton. Walden's Puddle explained bald ...



The Mercury News

How to keep rats out of your home, garden and life
The Mercury News
In my last column, I joined up with WildCare, a wildlife rehabilitation group in San Rafael, to ask people to stop using sticky glue traps and for retailers to stop carrying them. The traps ensnare the animals in thick glue, where they rip their skin ...



Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Bobcat caught on riverboat set free to breed in the wild
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
It's bobcat breeding season, so the 18-pound male that was captured Sunday on a riverboat in Pittsburgh has been released from captivity and returned to wooded wilds where he is more likely to encounter a potential mate. The bobcat was “beautiful, very ...



Livingston Daily

Look whooooo landed at the Howell Nature Center: Snowy owls find home
Livingston Daily
Two of the birds, native to the Arctic tundra, found their way to the state's largest wildlife rehabilitation clinic this winter after suffering injuries and will now make the center their permanent home. “While it is sad for these owls that they will ...



Community Corner: Bidwell Wildlife Rehabilitation celebrates 45 years
Oroville Mercury Register
They don't talk to the animals like the fabled Dr. Dolittle, but for 45 years the volunteers of Bidwell Wildlife Rehabilitation have come as close as anyone to communing with native fauna. “We care for orphaned and injured wildlife until they can be ...

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