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Injured bald eagle rehabilitated, returned to area
Huntington Herald Dispatch
Submitted photo Cindy Alverson, right, with Raptor Inc. in Milford, Ohio, and Lawrence County Officer Darin Abbott with the Ohio Division of Wildlife assisted in the recent rescue, rehabilitation and return of a Bald Eagle in Hanging Rock, Ohio ...



Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Clover, the adorable fox kit found abandoned last week, is improving at Humane Society
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Had Clover had a better start to life, he would still be in the den made by his parents, growing up with his siblings and learning to hunt from his mother. But the 3½-week-old red fox kit was found alone last week in the middle of a busy street on ...

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Moab Sun News

Giving a hoot
Moab Sun News
Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation board member Connie Waddell released an owl at Rotary Park on Thursday, March 8. Second Chance is a nonprofit, charitable organization that is dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of injured, sick and orphaned ...



Journal of the San Juan Islands

Celebrating 35 years of helping wildlife | Wolf Hollow Open House
Journal of the San Juan Islands
Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center will be hosting its annual open house on Saturday, March 31 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. This is a very special year for the nonprofit, as 2018 marks the 35th anniversary of the center's work helping injured and ...



YubaNet

Raptor Rehabilitation Training this Saturday in Grass Valley
YubaNet
March 22, 2018 – Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release (WR&R) will be offering a class for those who would like to become a volunteer raptor rehabilitator with WR&R. The training will be Saturday, March 24 at WR&R's Intake Center, 809 Maltman, Grass ...



Celebrating 35 years of helping wildlife | Wolf Hollow Open House
Journal of the San Juan Islands
Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center will be hosting its annual open house on Saturday, March 31 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. This is a very special year for the nonprofit, as 2018 marks the 35th anniversary of the center's work helping injured and ...

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So Md News

Lead alternatives are here
So Md News
One-third of all eagle deaths are attributed to poisoning, with lead being the most common toxin. Lead poisoning can be successfully treated, but unfortunately by the time an affected eagle is taken to a wildlife rehabilitation center for care, usually ...



Vermillion Plain Talk

MyStoryYourStory: What I Learned Last Week
Vermillion Plain Talk
Speaking of saving wildlife, I was inspired to learn about Soar - Saving Our Avian Resources, a wildlife rehabilitation center near Carroll, Iowa. (Keep up the great work, Kay!) While we're on the topic of rehab, I learned from the messages inside ...



Earth911.com

Humane Approaches to Spring Babies on Your Property
Earth911.com
It was the home of Shelly Schlueter, president of the nonprofit wildlife rehabilitation facility Wildkind Care. Squirrels aren't the only attic opportunists. Starlings selected a dryer vent in a Fort Lauderdale attic for their nest. And in West Palm ...



Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Wildlife Center of Venice to release Pelicans
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
There are about a half-dozen wildlife rescues in Manatee, Sarasota and Charlotte counties that work with injured birds, including City Island-based Save Our Seabirds. The rescues all work with volunteers who respond to calls. DeFouw said typically ...

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