• Setting Wildlife Free A Profile of the Fresno Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Service HD

    This is a half hour video, so plan to watch when you have the time. It's wonderful. "Setting Wildlife Free" is a profile of the Fresno Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Service, an organization that for 40 years has released thousands of animals back to their native environments in the San Joaquin Valley and Sierra foothills. Visit our website: http://www.fresnowildlife.org/ for more information Channel 18 has put the video on its website: www.pbs.org It is under the Education division of the PBS By You section.

    published: 19 Mar 2015
  • Fresno Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Service

    Fresno Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Service

    published: 20 Jan 2012
  • Big Bend Ranch State Park Acquires Fresno Canyon - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

    The biggest state park in Texas just got even bigger. Big Bend Ranch State Park recently added 7000 acres, expanding public access to one of the last wild places in Texas. For more information about Big Bend Ranch State Park, visit www.LifesBetterOutside.org.

    published: 21 Aug 2009
  • Bobcats Morro and Fresno WERC 2009

    For over 15 years, the Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center (W.E.R.C.) of Morgan Hill California has been rehabilitating bobcat kittens using bird-of-prey anti-imprinting methods. This technique ensures that the bobcats dont become habituated to their human caretakers and remain wild and wary of people when theyre released back to their native habitats. To make themselves as unlike a human as humanly possible, surrogate bobcat mothers wear full-body costumes, scented with herbs and bobcat urine to cover up human odors. Remaining quiet at all times when within the enclosure, they never stand up and walk on their hands and knees. The method has proven successful with more than 30 bobcats over the years and W.E.R.C. has been internationally recognized for its bobcat kitten prot...

    published: 23 May 2009
  • Animal Removal Fresno CA 93722 Wild Animal Trapping

    Visit: http://officialpestcontrolfresno.com Animal Removal Fresno CA 93722 Wild Animal Trapping Official Pest & Rodent Prevention of Fresno pest control company, mice control, wild animal removal service, rodent removal, animal trapping service of Fresno California. The cooler weather and reduced water levels helps bring rodents and mice in your home or office. If you think you have a rodent infestation you may hear noise or scratching in the walls, floors, ceiling or attic call Offical Pest Control of Fresno 1821 N Helm Ave Ste 141, Fresno, CA 93727. We provide rodent rat and mice control services that help to keep them from coming in your home, condo, apartments, office or restaurant. We look for ways that the rodent are comig in and seal the small cracks and crevices to keep rodents o...

    published: 19 Dec 2014
  • Jack and Jack, Wild Life, Live Fresno, CA, 10/10/15

    Enjoy :)

    published: 11 Oct 2015
  • Fresno california wild pig #2

    published: 17 Jan 2012
  • 10/10/15 Fresno, Jack and Jack - Wild Life

    published: 20 Nov 2015
  • Chinese History | Yosemite National Park

    Did you know that early Chinese immigrants played an important role in shaping the Yosemite that we know today? Join Park Ranger Yenyen Chan on an exploration of this impressive and surprising history. Yosemite National Park covers nearly 1,200 square miles of mountainous terrain in the Sierra Nevada of California. From high peaks and deep canyons to ancient forests and quiet meadows, the diversity of the world is on display here. At Yosemite you can see the tranquillity of the High Sierra, the power of glaciers, giant sequoia groves, thundering waterfalls, clear streams and much more. Designated a World Heritage Site in 1984, Yosemite is also home to hundreds of wildlife and plant species. Two Wild & Scenic Rivers, the Tuolumne and Merced rivers, begin in the park and flow west to the C...

    published: 01 Feb 2014
  • Wild Waters - ABANDONED Water Slide Theme Park

    http://www.AdamtheWoo.com - PLEASE SUBSBCRIBE - Checked out the desolate Wild Waters Water Park in Idaho to see what remains . This place looked like a lot of fun back in day. Enjoy Check out my daily vlog channel http://www.youtube.com/thedailywoo

    published: 19 May 2016
Setting Wildlife Free   A Profile of the Fresno Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Service HD

Setting Wildlife Free A Profile of the Fresno Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Service HD

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This is a half hour video, so plan to watch when you have the time. It's wonderful. "Setting Wildlife Free" is a profile of the Fresno Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Service, an organization that for 40 years has released thousands of animals back to their native environments in the San Joaquin Valley and Sierra foothills. Visit our website: http://www.fresnowildlife.org/ for more information Channel 18 has put the video on its website: www.pbs.org It is under the Education division of the PBS By You section.
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Fresno Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Service

Fresno Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Service

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  • Updated: 20 Jan 2012
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Big Bend Ranch State Park Acquires Fresno Canyon - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Big Bend Ranch State Park Acquires Fresno Canyon - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

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  • Updated: 21 Aug 2009
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The biggest state park in Texas just got even bigger. Big Bend Ranch State Park recently added 7000 acres, expanding public access to one of the last wild places in Texas. For more information about Big Bend Ranch State Park, visit www.LifesBetterOutside.org.
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Bobcats Morro and Fresno  WERC 2009

Bobcats Morro and Fresno WERC 2009

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  • Updated: 23 May 2009
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For over 15 years, the Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center (W.E.R.C.) of Morgan Hill California has been rehabilitating bobcat kittens using bird-of-prey anti-imprinting methods. This technique ensures that the bobcats dont become habituated to their human caretakers and remain wild and wary of people when theyre released back to their native habitats. To make themselves as unlike a human as humanly possible, surrogate bobcat mothers wear full-body costumes, scented with herbs and bobcat urine to cover up human odors. Remaining quiet at all times when within the enclosure, they never stand up and walk on their hands and knees. The method has proven successful with more than 30 bobcats over the years and W.E.R.C. has been internationally recognized for its bobcat kitten protocols. Now, once again, W.E.R.C. is at work making sure that two little kittens will grow up to be truly wild wildcats! On April 14, bobcat Morro was discovered in the middle of a field by a hiker trekking in a Morro Bay park. He was uncertain of whether the mother had only accidentally and temporarily dropped her tiny kitten, while transporting her to a safe haven. Checking back an hour later, the hiker found that the helpless kitten, only one-week-old and whose eyes were still closed, was still there and so it was assumed that the mother was either dead or had abandoned her. She was cared for by Pacific Wildlife Care for a few days, and then was transferred to W.E.R.C. For the first few weeks of her life, Morro needed to be bottle-fed six times a day by her surrogate bobcat mother, who also spent time grooming the kitten, stimulating the way its natural mother would clean her baby. Fresno was one of four 3-week-old kittens that were discovered when some men were tearing down a shed in Mariposa and inadvertently scared off the mother bobcat. When the men came back several days later, two of the kittens were gone, one was dead, and the fourth was Fresno . Park rangers brought him to the Fresno Wildlife Center , where he received care and treatment for a respiratory illness for two weeks before being transferred to W.E.R.C. The two kittens have become great friends, pawing and nipping at each other playfully as they run around the room and over logs. By June, both bobcats will transfer to W.E.R.C.s outside enclosure where they will become accustomed to the weather and have plenty of space to run and climb. Their surrogate mother will continue to bring them food and play bobcat games with them. These games help develop the hunting skills that they will use to find food in the wild. To see W.E.R.C.s bobcat rehabilitation program in action, click on the video at www.werc-ca.org
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Animal Removal Fresno CA 93722 Wild Animal Trapping

Animal Removal Fresno CA 93722 Wild Animal Trapping

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  • Updated: 19 Dec 2014
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Visit: http://officialpestcontrolfresno.com Animal Removal Fresno CA 93722 Wild Animal Trapping Official Pest & Rodent Prevention of Fresno pest control company, mice control, wild animal removal service, rodent removal, animal trapping service of Fresno California. The cooler weather and reduced water levels helps bring rodents and mice in your home or office. If you think you have a rodent infestation you may hear noise or scratching in the walls, floors, ceiling or attic call Offical Pest Control of Fresno 1821 N Helm Ave Ste 141, Fresno, CA 93727. We provide rodent rat and mice control services that help to keep them from coming in your home, condo, apartments, office or restaurant. We look for ways that the rodent are comig in and seal the small cracks and crevices to keep rodents out. We will do a full inside and outside inspection of your home or office to determine where the rodents are entering and/or nesting around your residence or commercial property. Connect With Us YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/FresnoPestControl Facebook https://www.facebook.com/OfficialPestControlFresno Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/110880530160634870946/posts Twitter https://twitter.com/FresnoPestContr Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/FresnoPestContr/ Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/company/official-pest-control-clovisAnimal Removal Fresno CA 93722 Wild Animal Trapping http://officialpestcontrolfresno.com
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Jack and Jack, Wild Life, Live Fresno, CA, 10/10/15

Jack and Jack, Wild Life, Live Fresno, CA, 10/10/15

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  • Updated: 11 Oct 2015
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Fresno california wild pig #2

Fresno california wild pig #2

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  • Updated: 17 Jan 2012
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10/10/15 Fresno, Jack and Jack - Wild Life

10/10/15 Fresno, Jack and Jack - Wild Life

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  • Updated: 20 Nov 2015
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Chinese History | Yosemite National Park

Chinese History | Yosemite National Park

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Did you know that early Chinese immigrants played an important role in shaping the Yosemite that we know today? Join Park Ranger Yenyen Chan on an exploration of this impressive and surprising history. Yosemite National Park covers nearly 1,200 square miles of mountainous terrain in the Sierra Nevada of California. From high peaks and deep canyons to ancient forests and quiet meadows, the diversity of the world is on display here. At Yosemite you can see the tranquillity of the High Sierra, the power of glaciers, giant sequoia groves, thundering waterfalls, clear streams and much more. Designated a World Heritage Site in 1984, Yosemite is also home to hundreds of wildlife and plant species. Two Wild & Scenic Rivers, the Tuolumne and Merced rivers, begin in the park and flow west to the Central Valley. Visitors experience the park's 800 miles of hiking trails and 282 miles of road. Visitors fall in love with the park's many waterfalls, specifically 2,425-foot Yosemite Falls that ranks as the tallest in North America, flowing down into the scenic Valley meadows. Hikers take notice of the enormous granite mountains from the 8,842-foot Half Dome to the 13,114-foot Mt. Lyell-Yosemite's tallest peak. Glaciers, which John Muir sought out in California as well as Alaska, add into the mix with the Maclure and Lyell still intact. "It is by far the grandest of all the special temples of Nature I was ever permitted to enter." —John Muir Animals: Yosemite supports more than 400 species of vertebrates, including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. Overall, the park's widespread coniferous forests--with a relatively mild climate and a mixture of plant species--provide a lush habitat for animals to live. Wildlife species typically found include mule deer, black bear, bobcat, gray fox, mountain kingsnake, Gilbert's skink, white-headed woodpecker, brown creeper, spotted owl, and a wide variety of bat species. Black bears in Yosemite are active both day and night. Most bears that rely on natural food sources are active during the day. However, those that get food from people are often active at night, when they can quietly sneak around and grab unattended food. Plants: Move up or down in elevation and feel as though you are in another park. Vegetation changes from oak woodlands to chaparral scrublands to lower montane to upper montane to subalpine to alpine. Those who step into the alpine zone can see krummholz whitebark pines and perhaps a western juniper or mountain hemlock. Scientists study many individual plants, including the black oak, to understand its future challenges. TRAVEL & TOURISM Yosemite is open all year, though some areas of the park are inaccessible by car from approximately November through May due to snow. Distances and Driving Times From: San Francisco/Bay area (195 mi, 4-5 hours); Sacramento (176 mi, 4 hours); Reno & Lake Tahoe (June through October, conditions permitting, 218 mi, 5 hours/All year, 315 mi, 8 hours); Los Angeles area (313 mi, 6 hours); San Diego area (441 mi, 8 hours); Las Vegas (June through October, conditions permitting, 642 km, 8 hours / November through May, 797 km, 8-10 hours) Drivers can enter Yosemite National Park by several routes: From the West and Most Scenic: CA Hwy 140 This route is by far the most scenic drive into Yosemite National Park and the best way to go if you're visiting for the first time. It's open most of the time and passes through the towns of Mariposa and Fish Camp. It's also a popular route for people driving to Yosemite from the San Jose area. From the West: CA Hwy 120 Open most any time, this route goes through Oakdale and Groveland and is often used by visitors from the San Francisco Bay area and northern California. It passes through fruit and almond orchards, small agricultural towns, fruit stands and ranches in the rolling foothills before ascending sharply up the Priest Grade to Big Oak Flat and the old gold mining town of Groveland. From the South: CA Hwy 41 From US Hwy 99 at Fresno, Hwy 41 runs north and west toward Yosemite's South Entrance, which takes you through the towns of Oakhurst and Fish Camp and into the park near the Mariposa Grove of giant sequoias and Wawona. From the East: CA Hwy 120 and Tioga Pass To find out more about traveling this route, average opening and closing dates, check the guide to the Tioga Pass. From the East: Other Mountain Passes Other mountain passes that can get you across the Sierras near Yosemite include the Sonora Pass (CA Hwy 108), Monitor Pass (CA Hwy 89) and Ebbetts Pass (CA Hwy 4). Snow may also close these routes in winter, but they are sometimes open when Tioga Pass is still snow-clogged. Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
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Wild Waters - ABANDONED Water Slide Theme Park

Wild Waters - ABANDONED Water Slide Theme Park

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http://www.AdamtheWoo.com - PLEASE SUBSBCRIBE - Checked out the desolate Wild Waters Water Park in Idaho to see what remains . This place looked like a lot of fun back in day. Enjoy Check out my daily vlog channel http://www.youtube.com/thedailywoo
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