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Wyoming wildlife center takes in 19 baby owls | Southern Idaho ...
Twin Falls Times-News
JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming wildlife rehabilitation center may consider turning away any storks carrying baby owls that show up for a while.
Wildlife center takes in 19 baby owlsIdaho State Journal
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Wyoming News Update
Sheridan Media (press release)
BILLINGS, Mont. — Animal rights advocates are suing the federal government in a bid to make a Montana mustang population the first group of wild horses to be protected under the Endangered Species Act. Attorneys for Friends of Animals said Wednesday ...

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Ruidoso News

Share with Wildlife project accepting proposals for 2019 funding
Ruidoso News
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish's Share with Wildlife program began accepting proposals this week for projects that would start in 2019. The department's Share with Wildlife program funds projects up to $50,000 in four categories: habitat ...

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Twin Falls Times-News

Wyoming wildlife center takes in 19 baby owls - Gillette News Record
Gillette News Record
JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming wildlife rehabilitation center may consider turning away any storks carrying baby owls that show up for a while. The Teton Raptor Center in Jackson Hole took in 19 owlets last week from the three separate clutches ...
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GoErie.com

Wildlife rehab center sets Erie events
GoErie.com
The Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation & Education Center's “Raptor Experience” allows participants to get up close to live birds as part of an educational experience. In addition, table displays and children's activities will be presented by the state ...



KGW.com

Tears at final hearing for Mae the raccoon, seized from Seattle family
KGW.com
They've testified that they tried to find a wildlife rehab to take Mae but none would, including Sarvey in Arlington and PAWS in Lynnwood. The couple says they had no choice but to care for Mae or let her die. Eventually, they say, they found a ...



Pet raccoon's fate uncertain after tearful final hearing
KING5.com
They've testified that they tried to find a wildlife rehab to take Mae but none would, including Sarvey in Arlington and PAWS in Lynnwood. The couple says they had no choice but to care for Mae or let her die. Eventually, they say, they found a ...



National Geographic

How Animal Rescues Like Justin Beaver Help Their Species
National Geographic
It's a great venue to expose more people to the importance of wildlife. It lets people know there's a thing called wildlife rehabilitation, and people know that if they come across an animal, there is a place they can take them. It's not about me being ...



KGW.com

Tears at final hearing for Mae the raccoon, seized from Seattle family
KGW.com
They've testified that they tried to find a wildlife rehab to take Mae but none would, including Sarvey in Arlington and PAWS in Lynnwood. The couple says they had no choice but to care for Mae or let her die. Eventually, they say, they found a ...

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Durham Herald Sun

Orphaned and injured animals find home in new wildlife center in Orange County
Durham Herald Sun
After 30 years of caring for wild animals in a small shed in her yard, Linda Ostrand officially opened a wildlife rehabilitation center this spring, just when orphaned and injured animals abound. “I've always wanted to be able to set up a center where ...


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