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Students Learn The Importance of Wildlife Preservation
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... Birds of Prey from the American Eagle Foundation to show students more than half a dozen eagles..falcons..vultures..owls and hawks. Members of the foundation spent their day teaching over 200 students and faculty the features of each bird. They ...

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Annual bald eagle event set for Flagstaff Saturday
Kdminer
The cost for the event is $10 per participant for each program or free for Willow Bend Members. All programs, except the field trip, will be held at Willow Bend. The day will also include an opportunity to see live bald eagles up close and a chance to ...

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Compassion fatigue low in wildlife carers
Medical Xpress
... including veterinarians, veterinary nurses and technicians, zoo keepers, wildlife rehabilitators, as well as people who don't work in animal-related fields. Many of these people also assist and volunteer in high-pressure environmental disasters ...



Shreveport Times

Discarded fishing line cripples fowl at Shreveport duck pond
Shreveport Times
Shreveport veterinarian Dr. Gia Morgan bent over the swollen foot of a one-legged goose on a chilly Saturday afternoon when frost still lay crystallized on the ground. The goose had been rescued from the East Kings Highway Park, better known as the ...



Buckrail (press release)

Teton Raptor Center gets go-ahead from Planning Commission
Buckrail (press release)
Planning Director: All use of the property is limited to charitable, educational, administrative and/or community functions consistent with conservation, research, education, and wildlife rehabilitation and the provision of workforce housing. 14 ...

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Volunteers give oily eagle a bath at Cobequid Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
Truro Daily News
Volunteers give oily eagle a bath at Cobequid Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre. Lynn Curwin (lynn.curwin@trurodaily.com). Published: 1 hour ago. Updated: 57 minutes ago. It takes a lot of hands, covered in protective gloves, to wash an eagle. - Submitted ...

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Grand Canyon News

Annual bald eagle event set for Flagstaff Jan. 27
Grand Canyon News
Several programs will be offered during this year's event, which is hosted by the Arizona Game and Fish Department, Willow Bend Environmental Education Center and the Arizona Watchable Wildlife Experience (AWWE). The cost is $10 per person for each ...



Conservancy of Southwest Florida elects board members, officers
Florida Weekly
The Conservancy is a nonprofit environmental protection organization with a 50-year history focused on the issues impacting the water, land wildlife and future of Collier, Lee, Charlotte, Hendry and Glades counties. The Conservancy accomplishes this ...

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Bald eagle dies of lead poisoning
Greenville Daily Reflector
WILSON — A bald eagle found near Lake Wilson last week has died from extreme lead poisoning. “Everybody's kind of in the dumps about this one,” said Randy Atkinson of Rocky Mount Wildlife Rehabbers. The nonprofit animal rehabilitation organization ...

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Brinkwire (press release)

Compassion fatigue low in wildlife carers
Brinkwire (press release)
Co-author Bridey White, a Technical Officer in the Wildbase Oil Response Team, started thinking about the topic while caring for wildlife during the Rena oil spill response. “Often the work after an environmental disaster is spread over an extended ...

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