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Ikea completes replanting of three million rainforest trees in Luasong - Nation  The Star Online

KOTA KINABALU: Swedish furniture retailer Ikea has completed the replanting of three million rainforest trees at Luasong in east coast Sabah as part of its ...


Orphaned Bear Cubs Bulking Up, Almost Ready For Hibernation  CBS Denver

Three orphaned bear cubs are almost ready to hibernate for the winter.


Cape Wildlife Center finds permanent home at current Barnstable site  Barnstable Patriot

The Humane Society of the United States has announced the transfer ownership of the Cape Wildlife Center, its wildlife hospital and education facility at 4011 ...


November bird forecast  KXAN.com

Here's our monthly bird forecast from Travis Audubon. This month, be on the lookout for ducks and sparrows.


WR&R Participates in GivingTuesday – Donors pledge to match every dollar up to $10000!  YubaNet

November 23, 2018 – Northern California was besieged by wildfires earlier in the year and recently by the Camp Fire near Paradise. WR&R has contacted ...


Physical Therapy by WR&R Rehabbers Worked a Miracle for “Miracle”, the Barn Owl  YubaNet

November 26, 2018 – Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release takes dozens of barn owls into care each year. Many are nestlings and fledglings and a few are ...


Aquarium plans for new rehabilitation center  Newport News Times

NEWPORT — The Oregon Coast Aquarium has announced a fundraising campaign to build a new sea otter holding facility, but that's only the first step in their ...


Petaluma wildlife rescues on the increase  Petaluma Argus Courier

Katie Woolery smiles with a sense of relief knowing how important it is to appreciate the quieter days at Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue. The nonprofit ...


Meet “Chainsaw”, a very lucky little Gray Squirrel  YubaNet

November 24, 2018 – Western Gray Squirrels are common. They can be pests. But, they are so cute! “Chainsaw” and his brother came to us early in July.


Aquarium rehab workers push to save rescued turtles from Cape  Cape Cod Times

At last count, 712 tropical sea turtles have been retrieved from Cape Cod Bay beaches since October, victims of seasonal cold weather.


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