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  • November 20, 2013

    A Long Way From Home

    On their way to South America, two Cory's Shearwaters arrived in South Florida sick and debilitated. Thanks to a quick rescue, they are now recovering at South Florida Wildlife Center.

  • November 1, 2013

    Migratory Birds Get Back on Track

    South Florida Wildlife Center

    The South Florida Wildlife Center celebrated the release of three migratory birds who were rescued and rehabilitated after suffering injuries from flying into windows.

  • October 23, 2013

    Formerly Neglected Horse Finds a Forever Home

    Fund for Animals

    An 11-year-old quarter horse named Patrick became Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch’s newest resident. Patrick was rescued after being severely neglected.

  • October 21, 2013

    Expert Knowledge Saves Owl

    A Burrowing Owl with a severe wing injury arrives at South Florida Wildlife Center. Most times, an injury of this type would be reason for euthanasia. But SFWC experts step in to make sure he is treated and can return to the wild.

  • October 11, 2013

    Victory Announced in Three Year Effort to End Cruelty of Bear Baying

    South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

    Six bears who had been used in “bear baying” competitions arrived safely at the Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keensburg, Colo. this week. The move comes as the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources has publicly stated that they will not issue any new permits for the private possession of black bears, putting an end to this cruel practice.

  • October 7, 2013

    Safe Passages Development Project Improves Wildlife Safety at Duchess Sanctuary

    “Jump-overs,” “crawl-unders” and “pass-throughs” were created at Duchess Sanctuary in Oregon to allow deer and bobcats to safely cross the property; to enable opossums, rabbits and turtles to pass under, and foxes, coyotes and skunks to walk through unimpeded. An innovative bear bridge created an overhead walkway for bears, cougars and raccoons, allowing them to climb and cross a fence without touching it.

  • October 4, 2013

    Help Birds Fly Again: Fund a Feather

    The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center is fundraising for a brand new, state-of-the-art aviary to enhance its rehabilitation efforts. Your donation helps the Center rescue, rehabilitate, and release more animals.

  • September 30, 2013

    Tragic End Averted

    An Oryx and a Fallow deer just arrived at Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch. Although they are safe from harm, their species are commonly used in captive hunting operations.

  • September 26, 2013

    Twice Abandoned Mare Safe at Last

    In the time since she was taken from her wild herd 13 years ago, Paisley has been given little attention. After being handed from owner to owner, she finally has a permanent home.

  • September 26, 2013

    SFWC Saves Pregnant Raccoon

    After a near-fatal collision with a motorcycle, a pregnant raccoon was rescued and received lifesaving surgery at South Florida Wildlife Center. She was released in time to give birth to her babies in the wild.

  • September 17, 2013

    Coyote Siblings Get Second Chance

    Four juvenile coyotes are back in their natural habitat after being rescued from imminent death. They spent three months at The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center before being released.

  • September 17, 2013

    Basic Skills for Difficult Horses Clinic

    Doris Day Horse Rescue and Adoption Center hosts a three-day clinic to teach techniques and methods for effectively and successfully rehoming rescued, possibly troubled, horses.

  • September 16, 2013

    Non-Native Species Ready for Adoptive Homes

    Many non-native bird species flourish in south Florida, which can harm the ecosystem. Injured and orphaned non-native wildlife often end up at South Florida Wildlife Center, who will not release them back into the wild. The center is looking for people adopt these animals.

  • September 4, 2013

    Lead Often Deadly for Wildlife

    Lead poisoning, often from discarded ammunication or tainted prey, can be deadly to wildlife who ingest it. Cape Wildlife Center treats many wildlife with symptoms of lead poisoning warns against the use of lead.

  • August 23, 2013

    Orphaned Bats Teach About Species

    People tend to have a negative opinion of bats. South Florida Wildlife Center is currently caring for juvenile Northern Yellow Bats, a common species in south Florida, and seeks to change that perception.

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