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The Durango Herald

Cubs orphaned after mother was euthanized returning to wild
The Durango Herald
DENVER (AP) – Orphan bear triplets, banished from Colorado Springs' swank Broadmoor neighborhood for eating human food, have spent seven months in rehabilitation pens, savoring the wildlife equivalent of room service at a fancy hotel: benevolent ...



E&H student digs into environmental education
Southwest Virginia Today
The Virginia Master Naturalists will teach about bird identification; Upper Tennessee River Roundtable will conduct a program on water and birds; the Washington County Virginia Master Gardeners will teach participants about habitat for native plants ...



The Durango Herald

Cubs orphaned after mother was euthanized returning to wild
The Durango Herald
DENVER (AP) – Orphan bear triplets, banished from Colorado Springs' swank Broadmoor neighborhood for eating human food, have spent seven months in rehabilitation pens, savoring the wildlife equivalent of room service at a fancy hotel: benevolent ...



YubaNet

Saving Our Backyard Birds a Presentation by Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release on February 16th
YubaNet
February 14, 2018 – A fun and informative presentation on “Saving Our Backyard Birds” will be sponsored by Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release on Friday evening, February 16th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Madelyn Helling Library in Nevada City. Linda ...



WUFT

Devil's Millhopper Boardwalk Remains Closed Five Months After Hurricane Irma
WUFT
Leigh-Anne Carlson, who volunteers at the park through the AmeriCorps service organization, said two programs have been added to provide visitors with activities at the park while the boardwalk is closed. One of the new programs is a Tai Chi class ...



Chestnut Hill Local

Fired enviro center clinic director claims retaliation
Chestnut Hill Local
Since his departure, the SCEE wildlife clinic has been closed. Weilbacher said the closure is a temporary inconvenience while the organization searches for a new director. Schubert defended his actions to take the animals, arguing that without him ...



GoDanRiver.com

Feathered friends: Annual educational bird show returns to Danville
GoDanRiver.com
... in Danville on Feb. 24 for their annual visit at Raywood Landscape Center at a program co-hosted by the center and Southside Bird Club. Kindra Mammone operates CLAWS Inc. in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, a wildlife rehabilitation center that takes ...



Minneapolis Star Tribune

Vermont man charged with illegally importing 2 lizards
ABC News
Both were foot-long juvenile lizards but the dwarf caiman is similar to a crocodile and can grow to more than 5 feet long, with heavily armored skin and powerful jaws. The water monitor can grow to more than 6 feet long and 100 pounds. Wardens say they ...
Westfield man charged with importing illegal lizardsWCAX

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HSUS News

First, do no harm: How to help injured and orphaned wildlife : The ...
HSUS News
A little knowledge can be a very good thing when it comes to helping wildlife in need. By learning how to identify an orphaned or injured animal, it's easier to provide the right kind of help—or figure out when none is needed.

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BurlingtonFreePress.com

Vermont man had two illegal reptiles, authorities say
BurlingtonFreePress.com
A Westfield man faces a potential fine after Vermont Fish and Wildlife says it removed two exotic reptiles from his home that are illegal to have in Vermont. Fish and Wildlife authorities searched Raymond J. Barlow's home late last week, according to ...
Vermont man charged with illegally importing 2 lizardsABC News

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