Anysia Avila, animal care manager with the Wildlife Care Association, exams a snowy egret that was taken to the shelter on Nov. 15. The Wildlife Care Association is a nonprofit community service volunteer-based organization that rescues and rehabilitates wild injured animals and birds with the mission to return them to the wild.
Anysia Avila, animal care manager with the Wildlife Care Association, exams a snowy egret that was taken to the shelter on Nov. 15. The Wildlife Care Association is a nonprofit community service volunteer-based organization that rescues and rehabilitates wild injured animals and birds with the mission to return them to the wild. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Anysia Avila, animal care manager with the Wildlife Care Association, exams a snowy egret that was taken to the shelter on Nov. 15. The Wildlife Care Association is a nonprofit community service volunteer-based organization that rescues and rehabilitates wild injured animals and birds with the mission to return them to the wild. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
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Wild but vulnerable: Injured, sick, orphaned animals need care

November 24, 2017 02:05 PM

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