Wildlife News

WREN Logo


6-Foot Iguana Shot With Crossbow Rescued in Florida
National Geographic
When staff there tried to remove the arrows from his body, they realized how extensive the damage was. They reached out to the South Florida Wildlife Center, an affiliate of the Humane Society, because Flamingo Gardens didn't have the resources needed ...



Coast Reporter

Wildlife Rehab takes in drugged raccoon
Coast Reporter
Clint Davy also thought the animal had suffered a serious injury. According to Irene, the raccoon appeared “dazed, very lethargic, couldn't stand, couldn't walk. We were very concerned that he had some spinal injury or broken pelvis.” Clint was able to ...



Monroe Monitor

Bald eagle fatally shot in Snohomish
Monroe Monitor
The Sarvey Wildlife Care Center is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to the prosecution of the person who fatally shot a bald eagle in Snohomish on Wednesday morning. The animal rescue and rehabilitation center reports it received a ...

and more »Google News

CDFW News

Proper Handling of Euthanized Animals Critical to Protect Wildlife
CDFW News
Since 2015, several turkey vultures in Marin and Ventura counties, and a bald eagle in Fresno County have been brought to wildlife rehabilitation centers after being exposed to the veterinary euthanasia drug pentobarbital. The source of the ...

and more »

Eagle News Online

Helaine Renner, 83
Eagle News Online
During the late 1980s, she developed an interest in wildlife rehabilitation. She earned her New York State Wildlife Rehabilitator license and, over the years, cared for hundreds of injured and/or abandoned animals in her home's “Second Chance” nursery ...



Redheaded Blackbelt

Raptors Poisoned by Euthanasia Drugs in Three Recent Cases
Redheaded Blackbelt
Since 2015, several turkey vultures in Marin and Ventura counties, and a bald eagle in Fresno County have been brought to wildlife rehabilitation centers after being exposed to the veterinary euthanasia drug pentobarbital. The source of the ...

and more »

California Department of Fish and Wildlife Says Proper Handling of Euthanized Animals Critical to Protect Wildlife ...
Sierra Sun Times
Since 2015, several turkey vultures in Marin and Ventura counties, and a bald eagle in Fresno County have been brought to wildlife rehabilitation centers after being exposed to the veterinary euthanasia drug pentobarbital. The source of the ...

and more »

U.S. News & World Report

An Eagle Finds His Wings Again at Astoria Wildlife Center
U.S. News & World Report
In Oregon, there was a distinct shift of common murre colonies from the northern to the central and southern coast, according to a federal research paper published in 2017. The authors — Susan Thomas with the Fish and Wildlife Service and the ...

and more »

Centralia Chronicle

Inspection at Rochester's For Heaven's Sake Rescue Leaves Fawns' Fate Up in the Air
Centralia Chronicle
A visit to For Heaven's Sake Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation in Rochester by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife earlier this month appears to have left the gate open to salvation for some of the 11 deer who were previously slated for ...



Lake County News

Proper handling of euthanized animals critical to protect wildlife
Lake County News
... the public about proper handling of euthanized companion animals, horses, livestock and poultry to prevent further incidents. Any animal that has been chemically euthanized must be cremated or buried at least three to four feet deep to prevent ...

and more »

Pages