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Local wildlife rehabilitation center releases bobcat on federal land
KFDA
"She had a fracture in her sacrum, which is a bone in the hip area, she had lost control of her bowels and urine," said the founder of Amarillo's first Animal Rehabilitation center, Stephanie Oravetz. That rehabilitation center is still being built, so ...



Snared Eagle Has Eyes on Skies
Valley News
Catherine Greenleaf, a wildlife rehabilitator with the St. Francis Wild Bird Hospital in Lyme, said birdwatchers in the area believe that the eagle in distress is part of a family that they've observed near the McNamara Dairy. In May, Greenleaf ...



Diane Cobban: Wildlife's best friend
The Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle
The term “furry friends” is taken to new heights by one of Homewood's very own, Dianne Cobban, a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. A Homewood resident for nearly three decades, Cobban is very familiar with her town, which is the way her compelling ...



GoErie.com

Eagle that survived lead poisoning is released
GoErie.com
LINESVILLE — Five of the six eagles treated for severe lead poisoning at the Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center in Saegertown in recent weeks died. The sole survivor, a young male, was released back into the wild Tuesday morning ...



Seacoastonline.com

Center for Wildlife's capital campaign takes flight
Seacoastonline.com
So far this year, 1,700 mammals and birds have thus far come through the doors of the wildlife rehabilitation center, compared with 1,800 for all of 2016. With three months to go, staff anticipates at least 200 to 300 more before year's end. “We ...



A Howling Good Time
Alton Telegraph
This one-of-kind event brings awareness to TreeHouse's mission and offers an exciting weekend of behind-the-scenes exploration of the world of wildlife rehabilitation. This two-day extravaganza of fun and education boasts talented local artisan vendors ...



LubbockOnline.com

Lubbock Animal Services seeking answers after abandoned bat with rabies left at South Plains Wildlife Rehabilitation ...
LubbockOnline.com
Lubbock Animal Services are currently trying to locate the person who left a bat at the South Plains Wildlife Rehabilitation Center early Oct. 5. The bat tested positive for rabies, and it is important that Lubbock Animal Services determines where and ...
Hoary Bats with rabies found in Lubbock, Lubbock Animal Services seeking informationKCBD-TV
Information Sought on Abandoned, Rabid Bat Left at South Plains Wildlife CenterEverythingLubbock.com

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NewYorkUpstate.com

Happy endings for ailing fawn, great blue heron: DEC Conservation Officer rescues
NewYorkUpstate.com
State Environmental Conservation officers recently rescued an ailing fawn being kept in a person's bathroom and an injurerd great blue heron out in the wild in separate situations. More on those incidents and two others involving officers that occurred ...

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Help sought helping bats
Mount Desert Islander
The contractor rushed it to Acadia Wildlife Foundation in Town Hill. The animal rehabilitation center is seeking $10,000 to build a flight cage for the increasing number of bats coming under its care. Bat populations across the northeast have been ...



LubbockOnline.com

Hoary Bats with rabies found in Lubbock, Lubbock Animal Services ...
KCBD-TV
Officials with the South Plains Wildlife Rehabilitation Center say there are two Hoary Bats in Lubbock that have tested positive for rabies. At least one of the bats ...
Lubbock Animal Services seeking answers after abandoned bat with ...LubbockOnline.com
Bat Infected With Rabies Dropped Off With No Information - StoryEverythingLubbock.com

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