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Globalnews.ca

Alberta rescue overwhelmed with 20% increase in wild animals
Globalnews.ca
A wild animal rescue organization that is the only one of its kind serving the area of Edmonton and northern Alberta has reached situation critical. WILDNorth Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation is seeing a surge in animals but doesn't have enough funds ...



The Coloradoan

More people are getting into crashes with wildlife in Colorado
The Coloradoan
According to Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the number of wildlife-related collisions in Colorado has been steadily rising over the past four years. In 2016, CPW data shows more than 4,600 deer were killed on Colorado highways. This is a significant jump ...

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Edmonton Journal

Rehabilitation centre sees large increase in number of wild animal rescues
Edmonton Journal
Dale Gienow of WILDNorth Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation in Edmonton holds an injured barred owl on Friday, Oct. 27, 2017. Their intakes for injured or orphaned animals has increased nearly 20 per cent and will admit more than 3,000 wild animals by ...

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Star Local Media

'Ribs 'N' Raptors:' Blackland Prairie Raptor Center gears up for third annual fundraiser
Star Local Media
The cabbie kept and fed the hawk until staff from the Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Coalition could come and retrieve her. The coalition then reached out to the Raptor Center for assistance with getting Harvey back to full health. Ryan said staff ...



AZCentral.com

3 birds of prey released into wild after rescue from summer heat
AZCentral.com
The birds were taken to Liberty Wildlife, a non-profit wildlife-rehabilitation facility in Phoenix, to be raised until they could be released back into the wild. Once the birds were old enough, the SRP employees who originally found them as chicks ...



Wicked Local Wareham

Plymouth, Wareham foxes find help in Franklin
Wicked Local Wareham
FRANKLIN - Stacey Cobb has always loved animals and when she decided to step back from the workforce to raise her family, she became involved in animal rescues. Cobb became more involved in animal rescue when her husband, who works in ...



Sierra Magazine

Wildlife Rehabilitators: The Hidden Heroes of Hurricane Season
Sierra Magazine
That's where wildlife rehabilitators, or “rehabbers,” come in—specially trained and licensed individuals (often working as volunteers) who typically work in collaboration with local wildlife centers to retrieve and rehabilitate mammals, birds ...

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Buffalo News

More than 1200 pheasants released into wild by Erie County inmates
Buffalo News
It was all part of the DEC's wildlife rehabilitation program that, in this case, aims to replenish wild pheasants in areas where their numbers have been decimated by the rapid encroachment of wild animals that prey on them. "The return of coyotes to ...



Ohio Facility Caring for Injured Bald Eagle
U.S. News & World Report
Ohio Facility Caring for Injured Bald Eagle. An Ohio wildlife rehabilitation center is caring for an injured bald eagle rescued from a river in the northwest part of the state. Oct. 29, 2017, at 1:49 p.m.. Ohio Facility Caring for Injured Bald Eagle ...

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The Morning Journal

Ohio facility caring for injured bald eagle
The Morning Journal
Nature's Nursery is caring for a large female bald eagle, pictured Wednesday which was dropped off with an injury to her wing. The staff is helping her to heal and gain weight before releasing her back into the wild. Katie Rausch — The Blade via AP.

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