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Stranded bottlenose dolphin in rehabilitation
The Northwest Florida Daily News
PANAMA CITY BEACH —The dolphin that was found stranded on Oct. 8 in Okaloosa Island is still under 24-hour care at Gulf World Marine Institute. The initial blood results were within normal ranges and the animal's blood tests are continuing to improve.



The Northwest Florida Daily News

Stranded bottlenose dolphin in rehabilitation
The Northwest Florida Daily News
PANAMA CITY BEACH —The dolphin that was found stranded on Oct. 8 on Okaloosa Island is still under 24-hour care at Gulf World Marine Institute. The initial blood results were within normal ranges and the animal's blood tests are continuing to improve.

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Contact Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release for Fire-Injured Wildlife
YubaNet
October 17, 2017 – With the recent fires, residents may come across injured wildlife. If you find an injured bird or animal contact Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release (WR&R) (530-432-5522) with the pertinent details. The answering service will contact ...



Bird Rescue Center offers tours, activities during open house
Fairfield Daily Republic
FAIRFIELD — The International Bird Rescue Center will host a free open house from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday. Those who attend can learn about the local wildlife rehabilitation center and discover the ways it's tied to the San Francisco Bay-Delta ...



Wildlife rehabilitation course offered
Smoky Mountain News
An overview of wildlife rehabilitation, complete with a trip to the May Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Banner Elk, will be offered during an all-day class Friday, Oct. 27, at the N.C. Arboretum in Asheville. The course, led by wildlife rehabilitator ...

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SFGate

Fire-stricken birds are fleeing the smoky North Bay. Here's where they're roosting.
SFGate
Avians are circular breathers, explained Amber Engle, wildlife rehabilitation manager at Lindsay Wildlife Experience, and smoke can suffocate their delicate lungs. "Birds are more sensitive to it [than humans] because they have a more extensive ...



Washington Post

Flying the friendly skies: An owl takes flight, but not in the way you'd expect
Washington Post
Paula is the executive director of City Wildlife, the District's wildlife rehabilitation organization. The owl came to them in July in bad shape, with a broken toe and a damaged right eye. It had apparently collided with a vehicle. “No one could stand ...

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Wildlife rehabilitator featured speaker at Friends of the Black River meeting
Jacksoncountychronicle
Animal control supervisor and wildlife rehabilitator Kathy KasaKaitas (left) discusses the work she does to rehabilitate injured, sick or orphaned wildlife with Friends of the Black River President Steve Rake at the Oct. 11 Friends of the Black River ...



The Union of Grass Valley

Contact Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release for fire-injured Wildlife in Nevada County
The Union of Grass Valley
With the recent fires, residents may come across injured wildlife. If you find an injured bird or animal contact Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release at 530-432-5522 with the pertinent details. The answering service will contact the on-call rehabbers ...



KCCI Des Moines

Wildlife rescue group hunts for new facility
KCCI Des Moines
An Iowa nonprofit organization caring for the state's most vulnerable wildlife is running out of room. “We are at a critical juncture for needing more facilities,” said Marlene Ehresman, executive director of Iowa Wildlife Center in Ames. KCCI-TV ...


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