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  • July 16, 2010

    Theresa Barbo Appointed Director of Cape Wildlife Center

    Theresa M. Barbo has been appointed director of the Cape Wildlife Center in Barnstable, Mass., one of five animal care centers operated by The HSUS.

  • May 25, 2010

    The Unleading of a Swan

    The Humane Society of the United States / The Fund for Animals

    When we first examined the male mute swan, we were at a loss of what could cause these clinical signs. Blood tests revealed the problem: he had a very high level of lead in his system – nearly enough to kill him.

  • May 25, 2010

    Ship Shape Swans

    The Humane Society of the United States / The Fund for Animals

    Earlier this month, four Cape Wildlife Center volunteers released two swans – a female hit by a car and treated for a broken hip, and a male who we treated for six months for lead poisoning

  • April 26, 2010

    Flight Time for Injured Eider

    The Humane Society of the United States / The Fund for Animals

    An injured female Common Eider was rehabbed at the Cape Wildlife Center and released back to Barnstable Harbor earlier this month as participants of April Vacation Week at Mass Audubon Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary watched in awe.

  • April 23, 2010

    Wildlife Baby Boom

    The Humane Society of the United States / The Fund for Animals

    With springtime comes a huge batch of wildlife babies all across the country. Sometimes these vulnerable animals need a human hand. That's where the Fund for Animals' wildlife care centers come in.

  • October 3, 2009

    What to Do About Starlings

    Adapted from the book Wild Neighbors

    European starlings are widespread across North America. They eat a wide variety of foods and use a wide variety of places to nest and roost.

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