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Charlotte Observer

The car crash killed the mama bear. Then a state trooper spotted 2 cubs by the road.
Charlotte Observer
This is the time of the year when sows and cubs typically emerge from dens, and it has become increasingly common in the Southeast for cubs to be found orphaned or abandoned. Traffic accidents are often blamed for the separation from a parent. In North ...
Bear Cubs Rescued by Virginia Trooper After Car Kills MotherNewsmax

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KFOX El Paso

El Paso Zoo releases golden eagle into the wild
KFOX El Paso
On Monday, the El Paso Zoo and Gila Wildlife Rescue released a golden eagle into the Sierra Blanca area of west Texas. The eagle, appropriately named Sierra, had been in the care of the El Paso Zoo since January after she was found with a broken bone ...
El Paso Zoo Releases Rehabilitated Eagle into the WildEl Paso Herald-Post (press release) (blog)
El Paso Zoo releases rehabilitated eagle back into wildKTSM News Channel 9

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Saving songbirds one bird at a time
Record Bee
Bowers has been a wildlife rehabilitator for 20 years and works exclusively with passerines. She is the founder and director of Native Songbird Care & Conservation, (NSCC) an all-volunteer non-profit wildlife rehabilitation organization. She is ...



Saving songbirds one bird at a time
Record Bee
Bowers has been a wildlife rehabilitator for 20 years and works exclusively with passerines. She is the founder and director of Native Songbird Care & Conservation, (NSCC) an all-volunteer non-profit wildlife rehabilitation organization. She is ...



Rocky Mountain Realty to collect items for Family Crisis Services
Canon City Daily Record
Now through June, newborn wildlife may be found in backyards, along trails, open spaces or in some rare instances in parking lots. Colorado Parks and Wildlife receives numerous calls each year regarding young wildlife that has been "abandoned" by adult ...



Kamloops Matters (press release)

Opinion: Canada protects its environment, just not its wildlife
Kamloops Matters (press release)
The Canadian government ensures that any oil spill is cleaned up to the best of its abilities, at the cost of the persons at fault. While we should applaud these laws, it is disturbing to learn that wildlife does not count as part of the Canadian ...



Wildlife should stay wild this spring
Forest Lake Lowdown
Call a licensed wildlife rehabilitator as soon as you are able. Learn more about how to keep wildlife wild at dnr.wi.gov/topic/wildlifehabitat/orphan.html, with tips on how to handle each type of animal you might find. Resources for wildlife rescue ...



Want a peek at the world's fastest animal? Hint: It's not at Scovill Zoo
Herald & Review
It became a nonprofit in 1991 and has grown steadily ever since, supported by devoted donors and volunteers and grants from the Illinois Wildlife Protection Fund, Ameren Illinois and other sources. +4. McDonald_Ryan 4.17.18. Buy Now. Millikin ...

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Okeechobee News

Wildlife center cares for orphaned animals
Okeechobee News
Arnold's Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, 14895 N.W. 30th Terrace, is a non-profit organization. In addition to caring for wounded and orphaned native Florida animals, the center is also home to about 300 permanent residents. Some rescues — such as a ...



Injured eagle discovered in forest lands, taken to vet
goanacortes
An injured bald eagle found by an Anacortes resident on the shore of Little Cranberry Lake last week was transported to Fidalgo Animal Medical Center, where the animal was euthanized. “It was extremely emaciated,” said Shelley McGuire, volunteer with ...

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