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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.
Watch LIVE at http://AllAboutBirds.org/CornellFeeders for news, updates, and more information about the pond and its surroundings. This FeederWatch cam is located in the Treman Bird Feeding Garden at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Perched on the edge of both Sapsucker Woods and its 10-acre pond, these feeders attract both forest species like chickadees and woodpeckers as well as some species that prefer open environments near water like Red-winged Blackbirds. The Wild Birds Unlimited store at Sapsucker Woods has been a part of the visitor experience in the Cornell Lab’s Visitor Center ever since the new building opened in 2003. They are the preferred vendor of official Cornell Lab merchandise and offer a dizzying number of feeders, binoculars, and birdwatching-related gear and gifts to ...
A project produced in the Fall 2015 MCJ 128 News and Public Affairs Production Class for Fresno State Focus. Produced: November 16, 2015 by Andrew Worth. Instructor: Faith Sidlow This story looks into the life of one of the birds being cared for by members of the Fresno Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.
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The four Malayan tiger cubs at Fresno Chaffee Zoo are six months old. They were born Jan. 5, 2014. Here's a quick look at how the cubs have grown, starting when they were a day old and being nursed by their mother, Mek. http://www.fresnobee.com
One of my favorite zoos ever, the Fresno Chaffee Zoo was well worth the trip to take a look around. Amazing scenery, fascinating animals, and friendly staff combine to make this a very awesome experience. Follow Furs Feathers & Fangs on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fursfeathersfangs More info about Fresno Chaffee Zoo: https://www.fresnochaffeezoo.org/ Music credit: Tafi Maradi Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Want to know what it's like to volunteer at Wildlife Rescue? Wildlife Rescue has more than 180 active volunteers working in all aspects of the organization: animal care, helpline and admissions, administration, communications, and more! If you would like to volunteer with us please visit us online to apply at www.wildliferescue.ca/what-we-do/volunteering This video itself was made by a volunteer ~ thank you so much, Graham Richardson! See more of Graham's work at https://www.gnrichardson.co.uk/ Follow him on Twitter @gnr588 Follow Wildlife Rescue on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wildliferescuebc/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WildlifeRescue Twitter: @WRAofBC Visit us online at https://www.wildliferescue.ca
The goal for zoo keepers was to send a message across, cheetah conservation.
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...
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.