Wildlife News

WREN Logo


Orphaned Bear Cub Found in N Carolina to Get New Home
U.S. News & World Report
North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission game warden Toby Jenkins took the cub, which seemed to have gone days without eating. The 4-pound (1.81-kilogram) female cub was on its way to a wildlife rehabilitation facility Tuesday afternoon, and it had ...

Google News

Tryon Daily Bulletin

Conserving Carolina to present lecture, live animal demonstration April 14
Tryon Daily Bulletin
Conserving Carolina will present a free lecture, “Wildlife Rehabilitation in Higher Education: at the May Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Lees-McRae College,” by director Nina Fischesser on Saturday, April 14, at 10:30 a.m. at the Anne Elizabeth ...



Wyoming wildlife center finds itself caring for 19 baby owls
Seattle Times
JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming wildlife rehabilitation center may want to consider turning away any storks that show up for a while. The Teton Raptor Center in Jackson Hole recently took in 19 owlets from the three separate clutches within 24 hours ...

Google News

CROW Calendar of Events
Sanibel-Captiva Islander
Southwest Florida is filled with fascinating wildlife, and CROW provides a unique opportunity to look into wildlife rehabilitation and meet the staff responsible for their care. Wildlife walks are the best opportunity for visitors to get an in-depth ...



7-year-old helping wildlife for her birthday
Rappahannock Record
Last summer she and her mother, April Walker, found a baby bird that had fallen from a tree. There was no question—the bird must be rescued. That is how Allie discovered Wild Bunch Wildlife Rehabilitation in Warsaw, said April. The volunteers at Wild ...



Idaho Statesman

Wyoming Wildlife Center Takes in 19 Baby Owls
U.S. News & World Report
A Wyoming wildlife rehabilitation center may consider turning away any storks carrying baby owls that show up for a while. April 4, 2018, at 1:28 p.m.. Wyoming Wildlife Center Takes in 19 Baby Owls. Share. ×. Share on Facebook · Post on Twitter · Post ...
Wyoming wildlife center takes in 19 baby owls | Idaho StatesmanIdaho Statesman
Wyoming wildlife center finds itself caring for 19 baby owlsIdaho Press-Tribune
Wyoming wildlife center takes in 19 baby owls | The Seattle TimesSeattle Times

all 3 news articles »

Wyoming wildlife center finds itself caring for 19 baby owls - KULR8 ...
KULR-TV
A Wyoming wildlife rehabilitation center may want to consider turning away any storks that show up for a while.



KGET 17

CALM recieves donation for condor rehab program
KGET 17
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - California Living Museum recently received a grant that will benefit its California Condor program and wildlife rehabilitation efforts. Brookfield Renewable recently presented a check for $12,700 to CALM. Sharon Adams, CALM's ...



New Haven Register

Wyoming wildlife center takes in 19 baby owls - New Haven Register
New Haven Register
In a Monday, April 2, 2018 photo, Teton Raptor Center Rehabilitation Director Meghan Warren feeds some of the 19 barn owl chicks, that were brought to the facility in Wilson from Idaho Falls the week prior. The Raptor Center is on the hunt for eight or ...



Idaho State Journal

Wildlife center takes in 19 baby owls
Idaho State Journal
“It's not uncommon to get clutches, but it is uncommon to get three at once,” Teton Raptor Center Rehabilitation Director Meghan Warren said. “This is a record breaker in many ways.” The rush of baby owls started with a call last Thursday from the ...

and more »

Pages