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Ashland Daily Press

Veterinarians tend to wounded eagles, owls, ask drivers to slow down when they see raptor on roadkill
Ashland Daily Press
Care Animal Clinic Dr. Kim Ammann handles a mature bald eagle found injured along Hwy. 63 at the Sawyer-Washburn County line on March 13. The eagle had surgery for a multiple fracture of its left ulna (in the wing). It is being cared for at Wild ...



Morganton News Herald

Lawsuit filed over Fonta Flora trailhead tree
Morganton News Herald
... has “caused irreparable psychological harm and trauma to the wildlife due to feelings of inadequacy that resulted when they couldn't climb the 'fake tree.'” Whether the issue can be worked out before it goes to a courtroom remains to be seen ...



fox6now.com

Remarkable progress: Officials share updated photo of red fox kit found abandoned along busy road
fox6now.com
MILWAUKEE — Officials with the Wisconsin Humane Society's Wildlife Rehabilitation Center on Easter Sunday, April 1, offered an update on Clover, the red fox kit rescued from a busy road — suffering from sarcoptic mange and an upper respiratory ...



Gainesville Sun

Florida environmentalist Helen Morrison dies
Gainesville Sun
For years, Morrison ran an informal wildlife rehabilitation service on the family property. Friends and acquaintances who found injured animals would bring them to her, Steve Morrison said. “I grew up with a cattle egret in the bathtub and stuff like ...

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Conservationist, environmentalist Helen Morrison dies at 99
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For years, Morrison ran an informal wildlife rehabilitation service on the family property. Friends and acquaintances who found injured animals would bring them to her, Steve Morrison said. “I grew up with a cattle egret in the bathtub and stuff like ...

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Resident Intern for Wildlife Rehabilitation Program
SustainableBusiness.com
Wildlife in Crisis (WIC) is a wildlife care center dedicated to injured and orphaned wildlife. ~. WIC was founded in 1988 and accepts over 5,000 debilitated wild animals each year. The WIC wildlife rehabilitation program exists in order to provide ...



Index-Journal

Plucking from the wild
Index-Journal
PHOTOS: Paws Animal Wildlife Sanctuary. It was a scene Mac Curry has become all too familiar with — someone had plucked the squirrel from the wild at a young age, improperly cared for it and dropped it off at her wildlife rehabilitation center when ...

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The Union of Grass Valley

Meet your merchant: Gold Country Wildlife Control employees have a dirty job, but they love it
The Union of Grass Valley
"When we go out to see a customer, hopefully we won't be back again because we've solved the problem and cleaned up the space. We focus on prevention, repair and clean up. We warranty our repairs." The crew once found 16 flying squirrels in a home in ...

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ValdostaToday.com

Georgia Department of Natural Resources: Young Wildlife Does NOT Need To Be Rescued
ValdostaToday.com
During the spring, it is not unusual for people to come in contact with seemingly “orphaned” young wildlife and want to help—but it is best to leave them where you find them, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources ...



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Plucking from the wild: Wildlife rehabber talks about harm done to animals when humans get involved
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PHOTOS: Paws Animal Wildlife Sanctuary. It was a scene Mac Curry has become all too familiar with — someone had plucked the squirrel from the wild at a young age, improperly cared for it and dropped it off at her wildlife rehabilitation center when ...

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