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Smithsonian

Heatwave Kills Hundreds of Flying Fox Pups in Australia
Smithsonian
The Campbelltown conservation group Help Save the Wildlife and Bushlands reports that at least 400 of the animals have died from the heat, posting images of the carnage on their Facebook page. As people began to realize that the animals were succumbing ...

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Sacramento Bee

Hairless bear uses blankets, palm fronds to make nests while she recovers
Sacramento Bee
A young, hairless bear cub rescued in Placer County in December is recovering well after being transported to a wildlife rehabilitation center in Southern California. The cub, who was found to be suffering from a severe case of mange, was rescued by ...

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HuffPost

Wildlife feeding during the winter and why it can be harmful.
HuffPost
Other non-ruminant species of wildlife can get similar conditions which all can result in organ failure and death. In wildlife rehabilitation we are very aware of this and we utilize carefully designed protocols that involve hydration therapy and ...



WTSP 10 News

Health officials: It's time to corral Florida's monkeys
WTSP 10 News
So when a recent federal report found the disease could be transmitted through a bite or scratch, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission decided the monkey's pose a public health risk. “Therefore, the FWC supports active management to ...

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Wisconsin Gazette (blog)

Bare black bear gets an incredible second chance at HSUS animal care center
Wisconsin Gazette (blog)
We take in thousands of animals at our wildlife rehabilitation facilities each year, but to me, the creature we took in a few weeks ago looked like no one who'd ever passed through our gates. At the Fund for Animals Wildlife Center in San Diego County ...



Winston-Salem Journal

Reptile wrangler mulls plans to grow into a reptile zoo in Kernersville
Winston-Salem Journal
Griffin's center also is zoned to be used as an animal rescue site, Hatling said. Griffin has licenses for wildlife rehabilitation and collection and permits for reptile, amphibian and endangered species possession through the N.C. Wildlife Resources ...



KTBS

Nonprofit group helps injured birds of prey heal again
KTBS
A hawk found injured outside a Shreveport business is recovering after a wildlife rehabilitation organization stepped in to help. Owls, eagles, and hawks all live side by side with people here in the Ark-La-Tex, but sometimes, worlds collide. Rick ...



Returning to the wild: An eagle finds his wings again at wildlife center
Daily Astorian
Eventually, he landed at the Chintimini Wildlife Center near Corvallis. After undergoing surgery on his wing, the eagle entered a long recovery period. He was taken to the Wildlife Center of the North Coast because the center's flight enclosure is ...



Asheboro Courier Tribune

Zoo seeks volunteers for 2018
Asheboro Courier Tribune
In the ensuing years, the program has expanded to include volunteers in education, horticulture, visitor services and special events, as well as caring for wildlife at the Valerie H. Schindler Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. “There are many benefits to ...

Google News

A hairless bear cub had no way to stay warm and dry, but a Christmas 'gift' saved it
Miami Herald
A young, hairless bear cub rescued in Placer County, California, in December is recovering well after being transported to a wildlife rehabilitation center in Southern California. The cub, who was suffering from a severe case of mange, was rescued by ...

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