Fallen falcon takes plane back to Winnipeg after months in U.S. waiting on passport – Manitoba – CBC News

It took months to get the bird of prey a passport, but a peregrine falcon injured in a wicked southern U.S. storm in the spring was finally cleared for landing in Winnipeg last week. “She’s a tough little bird,” said Tracy Maconachie, co-ordinator with the Peregrine Falcon Recovery Project.  More...

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Monster snapping turtle saved from drainage pipe | The London Free Press

A massive 53 lbs. snapping turtle has been saved from a drainage pipe in Texas after it got stuck. The animal was discovered by a resident who was out exploring a new development. The turtle was stuck in a dented More...

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Goose stranded in Regina after electrical shocking rescued by firefighters – Saskatchewan – CBC News

Some firefighters and wildlife rescuers were sent on a wild-goose chase after one bird couldn’t seem to follow her fellow geese south for the winter. The Salthaven West Wildlife Rehabilitation More...

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Silsbee wildlife ‘rehabilitator’ to be featured on ‘Lone Star Law’ – Beaumont Enterprise

hearst/article/types/story_body_r2.tpl gallery float design/gallery/main_redesign.tpl hearst/article/mobile_share.tpl design/gallery/caption_redesign.tpl   Pam Jordan watches Annie an adopted More...

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Scoop the raccoon kicks rehab, rejoins creatures of the night | Toronto Star

react-text: 108 Scoop made her dash to freedom Monday night. Staff from the Toronto Wildlife Centre’s animal rescue team released the little bandit after a month in rehab following her ledge ordeal at More...

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Moose rescued after falling through ice in Shediac – New Brunswick – CBC News

Shediac, N.B., firefighters rescued a young moose that had fallen through the ice in the Shediac River Saturday morning. Half a dozen volunteer firefighters arrived at the river at 9:45 a.m. They used More...

By National Geographic Society On Wednesday, December 14th, 2016
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Humpback Whale photos taken by independent photographers

Humpback whales are known for their magical songs, which travel for great distances through the world’s oceans. These sequences of moans, howls, cries, and other noises are quite complex and often continue More...