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Owls dying after eating poisoned rodents: wildlife organization  Saskatoon Star-Phoenix

A dead great horned owl with blood around its mouth is prompting a warning from a wildlife rescue group in Saskatoon.


SF State joins the Oiled Wildlife Care Network | SF State  SF State News

San Francisco State University's EOS Center is the newest member of the Oiled Wildlife Care Network and will serve as a site for caring for wildlife after oil spills ...


Dec. 7, 8 and 9: Open House at Rosario Resort on Orcas Island  SanJuanIslander.com

Rosario's Holiday Open House will be held from 12 noon to 8 p.m. Friday, December 7 through Sunday, Dec. 9 with complimentary hot apple cider and cook...


Benefit for Wildlife Rehab and Release set for Saturday at Wild Birds Unlimited  The Union of Grass Valley

Wild Birds Unlimited is partnering with Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release for the fifth annual wildlife-themed shopping and customer appreciation day, “Owl Be ...


Nearly a Year After Christmas Day Rescue, Snowy Owl Released by Centre Wildlife Care -  State College News

Just in time for Christmas, St. Nick is back in the wild. St. Nick was the name given to the snowy owl — a rare sight in Pennsylvania — found injured on Christmas ...


CROW Calendar of Events  Island Reporter

Editor's note: The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife on Sanibel will be closed on Nov. 22 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.


Deal keeps Cape wildlife center aloft  The Boston Globe

The facility is being transferred to the Weymouth-based New England Wildlife Center, and will be known as the Birdsey Cape Wildlife Center.


Byron Forest Preserve District to host turkey program  Rockford Register Star

BYRON — The Byron Forest Preserve District will offer a free live turkey vulture and barn owl program at 1 p.m. Dec. 8 at the Jarrett Prairie Center, 7993 N. River ...


' I love them so much' -- meet Mara Ballard, animal lover and...  The Dickinson Press

Dickinson High School Senior Mara Ballard has known what she wanted to do in life since Kindergarten — be a veterinarian. "Unlike most teenagers or kids, ...


THROWBACK THURSDAY: Nearing completion of Winona's 'new' interstate bridge in 1941  Winona Daily News

Its foundations sunk deep in the Mississippi's bedrock and its approaches going back to Third Street in Winona and over the marshes to the Wisconsin bluffs, the ...


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