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Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

'Jake the turkey' moved out of Niagara Falls
Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
Al Kifer, a volunteer with the wildlife rehabilitation service Wild Kritters of Niagara County, has known Jake longer than most. Kifer, who assisted in Jake's capture and relocation, has been responding to calls for the so-called "LaSalle turkey" over ...



KUTV 2News

Utah heat keeping animal rescuers busy
KUTV 2News
“We're taking in between 25 and 40 animals every day,” said Erin Adams, a wildlife rehabilitation apprentice at the Ogden refuge. “We have seen an increase in heat stroke-like symptoms.” Adams and the handful of other employees at the center spend ...

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KUTV 2News

Attorney: Parents charged with murder of 3-year-old want to go to funeral
KUTV 2News
(KUTV) The relentless heat is wreaking havoc on wildlife in Utah, keeping animal rescuers running. The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah is seeing dozens of new animals every day that desperately need help. “We're taking in between 25 and ...

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The Charlottesville Newsplex

US agriculture department: 103 geese rounded up, euthanized
San Francisco Chronicle
The UDSA rounded up 103 geese from the Kings Grant neighborhood and processed them into food for animals at wildlife rehabilitation centers. USDA Wildlife Services assistant state director Jennifer Cromwell says the process is a last resort for areas ...
In the battle against geese poop, golf course and park workers in Hampton Roads say their hands are tiedVirginian-Pilot
Euthanized geese leave a community divided13newsnow.com

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KUTV 2News

Salt Lake City's 'harsh' billboards will shun panhandling
KUTV 2News
(KUTV) The relentless heat is wreaking havoc on wildlife in Utah, keeping animal rescuers running. The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah is seeing dozens of new animals every day that desperately need help. “We're taking in between 25 and ...

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First Coast News

Euthanized geese leave a community divided
First Coast News
Their meat was given to wildlife rehabilitation centers. “They have feelings whether people like to believe it or not,” said homeowner Karen Roberts. Roberts is organizing a geese remembrance walk that will take place on Saturday July 15 at 3 p.m. at ...

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First Coast News

Euthanized geese leave a community divided | Firstcoastnews.com
First Coast News
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. -- Residents across the King's Grant neighborhood are divided after 103 geese were rounded up and euthanized.
US agriculture department: 103 geese rounded up, euthanized ...Huron Daily Tribune
Crowd protests euthanization of more than 100 geese in Virginia ...Southside Daily

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Bald eagle threat: Lead ammo left behind by hunters
ABC News
In New York, which has been a leader in the bald eagle restoration in the Northeast for four decades, state wildlife researchers have documented a growing number of eagle deaths from lead poisoning in recent years. Wildlife rehabilitators have also ...

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National Marine Life Center hosts Summer Day Program
Wicked Local Wareham
Dive into the world of marine animal biology and conservation as you spend a week getting to know your favorite seafaring species. Learn how wildlife rehabilitation experts tend turtles, study seals, and doctor dolphins. Learn about sharks, fish, and ...



Bald eagle threat: Lead ammo left behind by hunters
The Daily Freeman
In this February 2017 photo provided by wildlife rehabilitator Lynn Tompkins, care-givers tend to a bald eagle suffering from lead poisoning at the Blue Mountain Wildlife Center in Pendleton, Ore. Eagles consume lead from bullets and shotgun shells ...


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