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Public's help needed to find man possibly exposed to rabies in Lubbock
KCBD-TV
The City is still looking for the man who dropped off a bat at the South Plains Wildlife Rehabilitation Center on October 5th around 7:30 a.m. The man was driving a white extended cab Chevrolet pickup truck with a toolbox in the back. The bat tested ...

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East Bay Times

Avian wildfire evacuees land in Walnut Creek
East Bay Times
The North Bay wildfires forced the evacuation of a barn owl and a raven that had been recuperating at the Bird Rescue Center in Santa Rosa. The Lindsay Wildlife Experience in Walnut Creek is caring for the birds. (Courtesy of Lindsay Wildlife Experience).

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Miami Herald

AP PHOTOS: 3 rhino calves survive Indian floods, sent to zoo
ABC News
The three, one-and-a half years to two-and-a-half years old, were put in cages on three different trucks and brought to the zoo in Gauhati, the capital of Assam state, from the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation in Panbari, said Tajas ...
AP PHOTOS: 3 rhino calves survive Indian floods, sent to zoo - SFGateSFGate

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Blue Mountain Wildlife soars with grant funds
East Oregonian
A nonprofit organization, Blue Mountain Wildlife's mission is to preserve wildlife and the habitats in which they live. Services include wildlife rehabilitation and public education. Its primary center is located five miles south of Pendleton at 71046 ...



Lead poisoning in Pa. bald eagles on the rise
Bradford Era
An increasing number of bald eagles have been admitted to wildlife-rehabilitation centers across Pennsylvania exhibiting signs of illness such as weakness, lethargy, emaciation, labored respiration and drooping wings. Blood tests often reveal that the ...

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Maine wildlife rehab center adjusts to new animals, seasons due to climate change
Bangor Daily News
So far this year, 1,700 mammals and birds have thus far come through the doors of the wildlife rehabilitation center, compared with 1,800 for all of 2016. With three months to go, staff anticipates at least 200 to 300 more before year's end. “We ...



KGO-TV

Local animal hospital, shelters make room for animals displaced by North Bay fires
KGO-TV
A barn owl and a raven are in the care of the Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital in Walnut Creek because they had to be evacuated from areas affected by the fires in the North Bay. The hospital complex includes a natural history and environmental ...

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Lead poisoning in Pa. bald eagles on the rise
Bradford Era
An increasing number of bald eagles have been admitted to wildlife-rehabilitation centers across Pennsylvania exhibiting signs of illness such as weakness, lethargy, emaciation, labored respiration and drooping wings. Blood tests often reveal that the ...

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CBS Pittsburgh / KDKA

Pa. Game Commission: Increasing Number Of Bald Eagles Suffering From Lead Poisoning
CBS Pittsburgh / KDKA
The Pennsylvania Game Commission says that an increasing number of bald eagles suffering from lead toxicity have been admitted to wildlife-rehabilitation centers across the state. Red Creek Wildlife Center Director Peggy Hentz says they have treated ...



Oil City Derrick

Commission: Poisoning in bald eagles on rise
Oil City Derrick
Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center licensed wildlife rehabilitator Carol Holmgren watches a juvenile bald eagle who was being treated for lead poisoning take to the skies upon his release last week. Of the six bald eagles that were ...
Pa. Game Commission: Increasing Number Of Bald Eagles Suffering From Lead PoisoningCBS Pittsburgh / KDKA

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