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Tropical bird never before seen in Massachusetts, likely blown off course by hurricane, dies in Bay State
Eagle-Tribune
A tropical bird believed to be the first of its kind seen in Massachusetts has died after it was likely blown off course by Hurricane Jose. Officials at Wild Care Cape Cod, a wildlife rehabilitation facility in Eastham, Massachusetts, said Monday that ...
Tropical Bird Blown 1000 Miles To Cape Cod SuccumbsPatch.com

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FOX Carolina

DHEC: 1 being treated for rabies after scratch from stray cat in Greenville County
FOX Carolina
If you see an animal in need, avoid handling it and contact someone trained in handling the animal, such as your local animal control office or wildlife rehabilitation facility," said Craig. Keeping pets up-to-date on their rabies vaccinations and ...



Fox News

Tropical bird in Massachusetts likely blown off course by Hurricane Jose dies
Fox News
This Sept. 26, 2017, file photo, 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. (Stephanie Ellis/Wild Care, Inc., via AP).
Tropical bird likely blown off course by hurricane diesEconomic Times

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National Geographic

Special Report: The Amazon Is the New Frontier for Deadly Wildlife Tourism
National Geographic
In one raid, agents confiscated a juvenile sloth, two anacondas, a boa constrictor, and a caiman. They returned the reptiles to the wild and brought the sloth, too young to survive on its own in the forest, to IBAMA's wild animal rehabilitation center ...

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Chicago Tribune

Humane Society unveils Mobile Adoption Unit, new logo
Chicago Tribune
"I've had the pleasure of watching us transform from a small animal shelter to an organization that also includes a low-cost spay/neuter clinic, wildlife center, education center, and resale shop." During this growth, the shelter is as committed as ...



Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

National Aviary welcomes new additions to its flock
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Because Cypress could not survive in the wild, he will be used in educational programs at the zoo, as will Ann. The barred owl was apparently injured and was treated at a wildlife rehabilitation center, but she has only a limited ability to fly, Ms ...



Calgary Sun

Wildlife rescue group says hands are tied in helping injured black bear
Calgary Sun
Provincial regulations are preventing the rescue of an injured black bear loitering in a farmer's field west of the city, says a wildlife aid group. The bear, believed to be one to two years old, has been pacing around a field along Hwy. 22 south of ...

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Animal news in brief, Sept. 28
Santa Fe New Mexican
The nonprofit organization works to conserve and restore native wildlife and their habitats through education, promotion of public awareness, strategic partnerships and responsible wildlife rehabilitation. Annual cleanup set for off-leash park. Dog ...



The West Volusia Beacon

Saving the wild creatures
The West Volusia Beacon
SURPRISE! NOT RACCOONS — Ahopha Wildlife Rescue doesn't normally do domestic pet rescues. When called for what the homeowner thought was raccoons in the attic crawl space, Tom Scotti finally found these two kittens hiding in the insulation.



KFDA

Wild West Animal Rehabilitation Center has 'last push' to raise funds
KFDA
The Wild West Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a non-profit organization which rescues, rehabilitates, and releases orphaned and injured wildlife in the Texas Panhandle. In the last year, 900 animals have been kept in the homes of licensed wildlife ...


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