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Eaglet that fell from Milpitas tree will stay in rehab for months
East Bay Times
WALNUT CREEK — After a second attempt to reunite a young bald eagle with its family in Milpitas failed Wednesday, state wildlife officials relocated the bird to a rehabilitation center where it will likely stay for months. According to Elisabeth Nardi ...



WNIJ and WNIU

Migratory Birds Are Stopping In Northern Illinois, And Canada Geese Are Staying Year-Round
WNIJ and WNIU
“Geese commonly, they don't necessarily fly across the street, because that expends a lot of energy," said Sandy Woltman, Director of Operations at Oaken Acres wildlife rehabilitation center in Sycamore, "but they'd rather walk across the street. And ...



9News.com KUSA

Don't touch that fawn or you could be why it ends up in a cage
9News.com KUSA
COLORADO SPRINGS - A wildlife rehabilitation center in Colorado Springs is overflowing with fawns most of which were sent to the center due to human interaction, a spokesman for Colorado Parks and Wildlife said. Ten fawns were brought to centers over ...



The News-Press

Sanibel scientist leading the local fight against red tide
The News-Press
The Georgia native had just relocated her family from the Cayman Islands and had taken a job as the director of the animal hospital at the Center for the Rehabilitation for Wildlife or CROW. "There was a big red tide going on at the time, and what I ...



Cherry Hill Courier Post

Experts urge residents to be aware of turtles
Cherry Hill Courier Post
Cedar Run Wildlife only takes in injured turtles native to the state, and sends them to other rehabilitators if longer-term treatment is required according to Mike O'Malley, the assistant director of wildlife rehabilitation and volunteer coordinator. O ...



9News.com KUSA

Don't touch that fawn or you could be why it ends up in a cage
9News.com KUSA
Ten fawns have been turned over to wildlife rehabilitation centers in Colorado Springs over the past 11 days, and a majority of them did not need rescuing according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Published: 5:16 PM MDT June 22, 2018 ...



KRDO

Leave Fawns Alone, Chances Are The Animals Are Not Abandoned
CBS Denver
The fawns are taken to a wildlife rehabilitation center that is quickly filling up and may not be able to take care of wildlife that actually need help from humans. CPW says in almost every case, handling young animals is not helpful and can actually ...
Endangered fawns sent to rehab after human interactionKRDO

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100: Georgia Jallo
Longmont Times-Call
Occupation: Administrative assistant at Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. Years in St. Vrain Valley: 10. What brought you here? What has kept you? In 2008, I sold my California house and moved to Longmont. My younger son lives in Denver, and I ...



Mount Shasta Herald

Siskiyou law enforcement says slower driving can help protect wildlife
Mount Shasta Herald
“It is a common mistake to believe a young animal, especially a fawn, has been abandoned when found alone,” said Nicole Carion, CDFW's statewide wildlife rehabilitation coordinator. “But even if the mother has not been observed in the area for a long ...



Kamloops Matters

Appeal court upholds decision over euthanized bear cub
Kamloops Matters
While waiting for Kneller's arrival, she and some friends caught the cub and put it in a secure kennel while also attempting to find a place where the bear could be sent — and located a wildlife rehabilitation centre in Smithers that was prepared to ...


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