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Tropical bird likely blown off course by Hurricane Jose
ABC News
This Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017, photo provided by Wild Care, Inc., shows a masked booby, a tropical seabird rescued from a Cape Cod beach, at the organization's wildlife rehabilitation facility in Eastham, Mass. A scientist from the Massachusetts Audubon ...
Tropical bird found on Cape probably blown off course by Hurricane JoseThe Boston Globe
Rare tropical seabird in Wellfleet, likely blown in by stormWorcester Telegram
Jose apparently blew tropical bird onto Cape Cod beachTurn to 10
Belfast Telegraph
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Surrey Now-Leader

Sunday walkathon vital for Langley's wildlife rehab centre
Surrey Now-Leader
People can still sign up to take part in the ninth annual Critter Care Walkathon on Sunday. In advance of the annual fundraiser, people are asked to collect pledges to help fund operations at the wildlife rehabilitation centre. Walk on the Wild Side ...

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One Green Planet

21 Bats Were Huddled Together on the Ground, Soaked and Cold … Now They're in Caring Hands
One Green Planet
The Wild West Wildlife Rehabilitation Center recently took in a small family of bats. Specifically, 21 Mexican Free-Tailed bats. They were found by one of the biologists, huddled together on the ground. There were no trees or buildings anywhere ...

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Busy bobcat season arrives with mangy animal's rescue in Aptos
Santa Cruz Sentinel
An emaciated bobcat, believed to have been exposed to chemicals used to kill rodents, drinks from a home's swimming pool at Del Valle near Pleasant Valley Road in Aptos on Wednesday morning. The animal was coaxed into a cage and taken to the ...



Jacksoncountychronicle

Wildlife rehabilitator to speak at October Friends of the Black River meeting
Jacksoncountychronicle
Animal control supervisor and wildlife rehabilitator Kathy KasaKaitas holds a great horned owl brought to the Coulee Region Humane Society for rehabilitation. KasaKaitas will talk about her work to treat injured wildlife at the Oct. 11 Friends of the ...



State Fish & Wildlife Department Restricts Animal Rescue Team Operations
Noozhawk
The California Department of Fish & Wildlife has restricted the types of animals a Solvang rescue facility can rehabilitate, prohibiting coyotes, foxes and other critters. Animal Rescue Team, operated by Julia Di Sieno at 875 Carriage Drive outside the ...



WOAI

Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation, Inc. to host grand opening of new facility
WOAI
Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation, Inc. is in its 40th year and they are about to open a brand new 7,000 square foot facility on the north side. The 'Sherman Animal Care Complex' will allow them to house more animals that need medical care. The ...



Santa Cruz Sentinel

Busy bobcat season arrives with mangy animal's rescue in Aptos
Santa Cruz Sentinel
An emaciated bobcat, believed to have been exposed to chemicals used to kill rodents, drinks from a home's swimming pool at Del Valle near Pleasant Valley Road in Aptos on Wednesday morning. The animal was coaxed into a cage and taken to the ...



Jacksoncountychronicle

Wildlife rehabilitator to speak at October Friends of the Black River meeting
Jacksoncountychronicle
Animal control supervisor and wildlife rehabilitator Kathy KasaKaitas holds a great horned owl brought to the Coulee Region Humane Society for rehabilitation. KasaKaitas will talk about her work to treat injured wildlife at the Oct. 11 Friends of the ...



KSAT San Antonio

Larger wildlife clinic now open north of downtown
KSAT San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO - Since most of the animals taken in by Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation are urban wildlife found in and around San Antonio, Lynn Cuny, WRR founder and president, said its new clinic north of downtown will be more convenient to the public.


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