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Hancock Wildlife Foundation (HWF) was established to further promote the knowledge and understanding of Wildlife through science and education.

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New HWF Website Coming - Volunteer and Pics Needed

Wildlife News


Some of you know that Hancock Wildlife hopes to get a long overdue new website this fall.  I've been asked to put out a call for a volunteer with Wordpress experience. 

We also  need help locating some good resolution photography to use on the website that we have permissions to use. Doesn't have to just be eagles, but other birds, wildlife, environmental photos, etc.  They need to be clean, crisp, a decent resolution and reasonably large as well.  They should be at least 1024 pixels wide, ideally 1920 or larger.  We can always shrink an image.  We can't usually enlarge one without image quality degrading.

Contact:  myles@hancockwildlife.org  Also please send a Cc: to me at karen@hancockwildlife.org  Thanks.

 

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Pacific Power lineman rescues young osprey

Wildlife News21 August 2017


A young osprey tangled up in nesting material dangling upside down from its nest as its parents fly above.
UNION-BULLETIN.COM

Read More: http://www.union-bulletin.com/local/pacific-power-lineman-rescues-young-osprey/article_62a7770c-86a3-11e7-80bd-fbf883748f2d.html
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Injured eagle named Sam not ready for wild

Wildlife News21 August 2017


Danville - A young bald eagle, rescued in June along railroad tracks, quickly tired in flight when released Saturday morning at Echo Field.
MCALL.COM

Read More: http://www.mcall.com/news/nationworld/pennsylvania/
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Bald Eagle With Lead Poisoning Dies At PA. Treatment Center

Wildlife News20 August 2017


A bald eagle that was found in Kiski Township last week has died.
PITTSBURGH.CBSLOCAL.COM

Read More: http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2017/08/20/bald-eagle-lead-poisoning-dies/

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Kiski the eagle fights effects of lead poisoning

Wildlife News16 August 2017


Kiski the bald eagle is the last survivors out of four that were treated for lead poisoning recently at a Saegertown wildlife clinic. It was ….
TRIBLIVE.COM

Read More: http://triblive.com/local/valleynewsdispatch/12628387-74/kiski-the-eagle-fights-effects-of-lead-poisoning
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Thousands of dollars offered for info in deadly shooting of Bald Eagle

Wildlife News16 August 2017


The Audubon Society is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information in the deadly shooting of a Bald Eagle earlier this summer. The eagle was shot on or around June 27, ….
KATU.COM

Read More: http://katu.com/news/local/1000-reward-offered-for-info-in-deadly-shooting-of-bald-eagle
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Tribe helps celebrate release of bald eagle

Wildlife News16 August 2017


Officials and members of the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate of the Lake Traverse Reservation took part in the release of a bald eagle Tuesday afternoon at Dakota Sioux Casino near Watertown.
THEPUBLICOPINION.COM

Read More: http://www.thepublicopinion.com/news/local_news/tribe-helps-celebrate-release-of-bald-eagle/article_05609de6-8291-11e7-9289-3b8686ff563a.html
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Bald eagle’s skin graft successful, but bird will have bald spot

Wildlife News16 August 2017


The bald eagle with the bald head is healing and likely won’t need a second surgery, but it will have a bald spot.
JOURNALSTAR.COM

Read More: http://journalstar.com/news/state-and-regional/bald-eagle-s-skin-graft-successful-but-bird-will-have/article_e48105a5-1935-5f28-804d-7ee54590d57c.html
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