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Tim's Travels | Fox2Now

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Flash Flood Damage| Fox2Now 

Living St. Louis | Wildlife Rescue Education Camps | Nine Network

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Surge In Creaturely Patients

STL Public Radio

Last year, the Wildlife Rescue Center located in Ballwin, Missouri, saw a significant uptick in the number of patients it cared for: Some 3,500 creatures got assistance from the center’s small staff and army of volunteers over the course of 2020.

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Creature Comforts

STL Sprout and About

While much of our community is in lockdown mode to help stop the spread of COVID-19, those charged with protecting animals..."

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Wildlife Rescuers Scramble

STL Public Radio

Wildlife rescuers in St. Louis are gearing up for the springtime influx of orphaned animals.

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Flash Flooding at the Wildlife Rescue

Fox2Now

 An organization that has helped hundreds of wild animals displaced by flooding this year was hit by flash flooding itself after heavy rain fell Wednesday afternoon. 

Rescuing, Rehabilitating, Releasing Native Wildlife Since 1979