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Injured hawk rehabilitated, set free
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A hawk that was hurt in Providence has been set free after spending nearly a year in rehabilitation. The hawk, which regained its strength while it was being cared for at a few local animal centers, was released at The Wildlife Rehabilitators ...

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KING5.com

New pools will increase marine mammal rehab capacity
KING5.com
Fifteen new marine mammal rehabilitation pools are under construction at Sarvey Wildlife Care Center in Washington. They will be the state's first saltwater pools and will double, potentially even triple, the capacity to rehabilitate marine mammals.



National Geographic

How Syrian Zoo Animals Escaped a War-Ravaged City
National Geographic
The largest animal rehabilitation facility in the Middle East, Al Ma'wa was founded jointly in 2015 by Four Paws and the princess's foundation. The tigers would eventually go to Holland, to the Felida Big Cat Centre, which specializes in traumatized ...



The Southern

Sports: Owls, hawks and vultures as science teachers
The Southern
CARTERVILLE – The small audience huddled in a stuffy tent during the Southern Illinois Celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Days gasped audibly when Bev Shofstall of Free Again Wildlife Rehabilitation pulled a red-tailed hawk from its cage.

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The Union of Grass Valley

Climbing for wildlife
The Union of Grass Valley
Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release is holding a fun, family-friendly day of climbing at the OnCourse, Inc. Ropes Course in Grass Valley on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 15 from 1 to 5 p.m.. This day will include a wildlife presentation with the Wildlife ...



Seward Phoenix Log

Stranded Cook Inlet Beluga calf taken to Alaska SeaLife Center for Rehabilitation
Seward Phoenix Log
The Alaska SeaLife Center received a stranded male beluga whale calf from Cook Inlet on Saturday, Sept. 30. The solitary animal, estimated at two to four weeks old, was found stranded near Trading Bay in western Cook Inlet. The calf was first spotted ...



Calgary Herald

Injured bear won't be moved but wildlife rehabilitation policy under review, says province
Calgary Herald
While insisting there's no need to rescue an injured black bear west of the city, the province said Thursday it's reviewing its policy banning rehabilitation of such animals. As the young bear — which has been in a field alongside a highway near ...

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CBS Sacramento

Two Orphaned Bear Cubs Died At Lake Tahoe Rehabilitation Center
CBS Sacramento
“Every bird and animal that comes through Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care has one goal, and that's to be released back into the wild,” Millham said. In the 17 years the Millham's and volunteers have cared for cubs, all 96 have returned to the forest until now.

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A male bald eagle being treated for high levels of lead toxicity at the Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center in Saegertown was released into the wild Thursday after successfully completing about six weeks of treatment. Carol Holmgren ...



'Hoo' Haven to host annual open house Nov. 5
Rockford Register Star
DURAND — ”Hoo” Haven Wildlife Rehabilitation & Education Center, 10823 Cleveland Road, will hold its annual open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Nov. 5. Tours will be offered, and attendees can visit Raptor Ambassadors and other Ambassador birds including ...


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