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Bald eagle chick hatches in Milpitas and the public goes nuts

Wildlife News
5 May 2017

Bald eagles have been altogether absent from the Bay Area since the 1960s, but in a conservation success story, the majestic birds have made a comeback in the past decade.

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Oklahoma game warden rescues bald eagles after storms damage nest

Wildlife News5 May 2017

The three birds were taken to rehabilitation centers to recover.

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Wild bald eagle pair perching at Oregon Zoo

Wildlife News4 May 2017

The two majestic birds have been spotted in the trees for over a week.

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Media and Content Coordinator Needed

Wildlife News

Here at Hancock Wildlife Foundation we are all volunteers, including David Hancock and I, his assistant, and JudyB, our webmaster.  There is no paid staff.  Our I.T. work is done by an outside contractor, Ken.  As we strive to improve the appearance and ease of use of our website, the Hancock Wildlife Foundation is pleased to currently be accepting applications for a summer placement program for our Media and Content Coordinator.

The position would be ideal for someone in video or visual media production.

Essential Skills would include:

 - previous experience in visual media

- previous experience in video editing/production

- previous experience with social media

We are seeking someone to help with our online presence, creation of content for our new website to be launched in Fall 2017, development of video archives, promotion of video material on YouTube and other platforms, integration with Live Feeds through Periscope, Facebook, etc.

Position will be based out of our office in South Surrey. Applicant must have vehicle access. Applicant must be between 18-30 years old and enrolled in a recognized college or university.  

Pay rate would be $15/hr.

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David Hancock Speaking This Weekend

Wildlife News

This is one of the few times each year that locals get to hear David Hancock speaking at a public event.  Most of his talks are to private groups, etc.  It is FREE and I hope that you will come out and meet us.  Hancock Wildlife Foundation will have a display table and David will talk at 11 a.m. each day.

Saturday and Sunday, May 6 and 7, 2017

OWL (Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society) Open House from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
3800 72 Street, Delta, BC

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