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CROW to host 50th Anniversary Celebration to wrap up year  Sanibel Captiva Islander

It has been a milestone year for the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife as it celebrated its 50th anniversary by holding a bigger and better...


CROW Calendar of Events  Island Reporter

TODAY, DEC. 12 - Wildlife Walk with Rehabilitators and Staff from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m..


Meet reptiles and amphibians at Belle Haven branch of library on Dec. 16  InMenlo

Educators from Sulphur Creek Nature Center in Hayward will introduce some of their resident reptiles and amphibians at the Belle Haven branch of the Menlo ...


Sea Otter Holding Facility Fully Funded—Thanks to YOU!  Tillamook County Pioneer

Newport, Oregon – On Giving Tuesday, the Oregon Coast Aquarium announced a campaign to build a new sea otter holding facility. The facility would allow the ...


Cinder the bear, who survived severe wildfire burns, found shot dead  KOMO News

LEAVENWORTH, Wash. - A young female black bear who won the hearts of people across the Northwest after she beat the odds and survived severe burns ...


'I'm Not Going to Turn Another Clod'  No-Till Farmer

Plunging his shovel into a wheat field covered in soybean residue, Gary Hula hefts up a mound of crumbly soil with a grin. The county is under moderate drought ...


Dedicated to protecting endangered gibbons - Letters  The Star Online

I REFER to the recent report on the controversy that developed over the removal of two gibbons from a private rehabilitation facility in Raub, “All heated up over ...


Red Tailed Hawk Released on Erie Bayfront  erienewsnow.com

A happy scene today on Erie's bayfront as an injured red tailed hawk returned to the wild. The bird was released this afternoon, after two months of treatment at ...


Rare white lion may be saved by mystery donor  ABC Action News

A tense legal battle in South African courts over the fate of a rare white lion might be over after a “mystery donor” stepped in to buy the animal.


There's no passing the buck at wildlife hospital  Fourways Review

KYALAMI – Johannesburg Wildlife Veterinary Hospital treats indigenous animals free of charge, relying solely on the donations and support of our community.


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