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News - September 16, 2022

Peninsula wildlife rescue workers have seen it all

Meet the people who specialize in helping everything from paralyzed seagulls to skunks caught in bear traps

by Kate Bradshaw

Orphaned baby songbirds and poisoned seagulls. Small squirrels snapped up by cats. Skunks caught in bear traps. Wild animals in trouble like these throughout the Peninsula may — if they're lucky — eventually find their way to one of a handful of wildlife rescue centers around the region.

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