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Lindsay Wildlife Museum

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Lindsay Wildlife Museum is a natural history and environmental education center where live, wild animals are just inches away. The on-site wildlife rehabilitation center is one of the oldest and largest wildlife hospitals in the United States, treating nearly 6,000 injured or orphaned wild animals each year.

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Second chances: A golden eagle returned to the wild

April 09, 2012 by Jen Joynt

Local wildlife photographer Jen Joynt observed the release of a rehabilitated golden eagle at Las Trampas Regional Wilderness in San Ramon. The eagle was likely hit by a car in October and suffered a fractured wing. Its successful recovery means it can return to the wild.

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Orphaned babies get helping hand

April 06, 2012 by Alison Hawkes

Springtime is the season for babies. They’re busy emerging into the world by whatever method they come -- by hatch or by birth. With their arrival, some of the youngsters will also need help. The Lindsay Wildlife Museum’s rehabilitation center in Walnut Creek has about 200 babies under its wing right now and expects the number to shoot up even higher in the next couple weeks.

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