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Grand Rapids Downtown Market hosts 'Nature Day'
WZZM
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. - The Grand Rapids Downtown Market is partnering with Blandford Nature Center, Outdoor Discovery Center, Kent District Library (KDL), Wildlife Rehab Center and Casa La Parrot to host "Nature Day" on January 20, from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m ...



Chicago Daily Herald

Willowbrook celebrates Bald Eagle Day
Chicago Daily Herald
Operated by the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County, Willowbrook is a native wildlife rehabilitation facility that provides care and medical treatment to injured and orphaned wild animals. It also serves as a resource to teach residents about ...

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Valley morning Star

Time for the WOWE
Valley morning Star
Dr. Ronald Hines will teach about wildlife rehabilitation and how you can help. Richard Moore will present his latest video and discuss the importance of the wildlife corridor in the valley. The Port Isabel High School is proudly presenting their ...

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WTXL ABC 27

Cold-stunned Sea Turtles released
WTXL ABC 27
Florida Fish and Wildlife tells us, most of the rescues are young sea turtles who live in Saint Joe Bay. They monitor water temperatures and know when to start the search for cold-stunned turtles. Allen Foley, Research Scientist with Florida Fish and ...
More than 1,000 cold-stunned sea turtles rescued in Florida ...Tampabay.com
Rehabilitated cold-stunned sea turtles released into Gulf of MexicoWEAR

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The Register-Guard

An eagle finds his wings again at Astoria wildlife center
The Register-Guard
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 ...



The Olympian

State inspects Rochester wildlife rehab center where deer were deemed 'too friendly'
The Olympian
That deal, which allows the young deer to remain at the facility until March 16, was struck after a WDFW action at the rescue in November resulted in the euthanization of three fawns and one elk calf that had been categorized as “habituated” by the ...



Sandusky Register

Mona Rutger: Wildlife's best friend
Sandusky Register
Rutger, with her husband Bill Rutger, established Back the Wild in 1990, with the mission to help injured wildlife and return them to the wild. There are no lions or tigers or bears, but countless, eagles, ducks, cranes and other local wildlife have ...



Goose Shot With Arrow in Vernon Rescued
Patch.com
VERNON, CT — A goose shot by a crossbow was rescued from the Hockanum River corridor last week and is doing well in a wildlife rehabilitation hospital, police and Vernon officials said. The incident took place Thursday, officials said. Police were ...



Arizona State University

ASU remembers former Professor Robert Ohmart
Arizona State University
In 1985, Ohmart was awarded the Thomas E. McCullough Memorial Award by the Arizona Wildlife Federation, and in 2009 he was inducted into Arizona Game and Fish Department's Outdoor Hall of Fame. He also served on the Board of Directors for the Center ...



The Daily World

Inspection at Rochester's For Heaven's Sake rescue facility leaves fawns' fate up in the air
The Daily World
That deal, which allows the young deer to remain at the facility until March 16, was struck after a WDFW action at the rescue in November resulted in the euthanization of three fawns and one elk calf that had been categorized as “habituated” by the ...

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