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Osprey shot with BB gun to receive treatment in Jacksonville
ActionNewsJax.com
An Osprey was found on the side of the road in St. Augustine Saturday, after being shot in the head with a BB gun, according to The Ark Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation. The federally protected bird was reportedly found across from the Fountain of ...
Volunteers say osprey wounded by BB gun expected to surviveWJXT News4JAX

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Stillwater News Press

OSU grad creates wildlife rehabilitation center, Nature's Vein
Stillwater News Press
As a kid, Jessica Torres started volunteering at animal rescue centers in her home state of Florida. Now at 27, the 2017 Oklahoma State University bachelor of zoology graduate is working to grow her nonprofit wildlife rehabilitation and education business.



KRIS Corpus Christi News

The Amos Rehabilitation Keep (ARK) still rebuilding after Harvey
KRIS Corpus Christi News
Increase our knowledge through association with veterinarians and professional societies of how to treat, house, and release our animal patients using up-to-date wildlife rehabilitation techniques to increase our release success rates. • Improve our ...



Lafayette to brainstorm prairie dog policy amid multiple relocation efforts
Colorado Hometown Weekly
It adds: "these alternatives — passive relocation, relocation to city open space, relocation to alternative sites, removal for use in the black-footed ferret recovery program or other suitable wildlife rehabilitation program, and lethal control — are ...



Eugene Weekly

Talons, Tastings, and Tidbits: Cascades Raptor Center Annual Benefit
Eugene Weekly
Cascades Raptor Center fosters connections between people and birds of prey through two primary means — nature education and a wildlife hospital. Our goal is to help the human part of the natural community learn to value, understand and honor the role ...



The Coloradoan

Bear in Estes Park euthanized after becoming public safety risk
The Coloradoan
... and given the nickname "Scarface" after permanently damaging her snout from climbing a power pole and getting zapped a few years ago, Clay said. She had three cubs -- all of which were taken to Frisco Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation Center on Friday.



9News.com KUSA

Bear euthanized after becoming public safety risk in Estes Park
9News.com KUSA
She had three cubs – all of which were taken to Frisco Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation Center on Friday. There, veterinarians will feed the cubs in hopes they can gain weight in preparation for hibernation. CPW said their biggest goal is to save the cubs ...



Roanoke Times

Roanoke County Planning Commission votes to support raptor aviary at wildlife center
Roanoke Times
Creating its own flight rehabilitation space is unlikely to escalate the wildlife center's numbers as these are animals already in its care, supporters said. If anything, they argued, it would reduce the annual vehicle trips generated by the facility ...

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WeAreGreenBay.com

13th Annual Walk for Wildlife Helps Rehabilitation Program at Wildlife Sanctuary
WeAreGreenBay.com
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) - The 13th annual Walk for Wildlife is coming up on Saturday, September 15th. Walkers will get to meet live animals up close - like Petunia the Opossum! The little critter made her TV debut on Local 5 This Morning, and is the ...



Colorado Springs Gazette

Bear euthanized due to safety concerns in northern Colorado
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ESTES PARK, Colo. — Colorado wildlife officials say they decided to euthanize a mother bear after the bruin became a public safety risk near Rocky Mountain National Park. Jason Clay with Colorado Parks and Wildlife tells KUSA-TV that the sow had ...
Bear euthanized after becoming safety risk in Estes ParkThehour.com

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