Monthly Archives: May 2011

This Week at Liberty May 30 2011

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers I read an interesting account about fire ants this week.  It seems that, despite theirfrightening reputations, they are altruistic.  They have adapted a behavior that allows them to overcome the adversity of severe flooding and certain … Continue reading

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This Week at Liberty – May 23, 2011

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers I released a young king snake into my yard/garden last evening.  For me it was a thrill that I have been waiting a long time for.  Ace Rescue and Transport volunteer, Carl Price who knew that I … Continue reading

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This Week at Liberty

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers As most of you know, Liberty Wildlife is a volunteer driven organization…a very smallstaff and a large contingency of volunteers….the life blood of the organization.  People often ask me where do volunteers come from and how … Continue reading

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This Week at Liberty

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers The depth and breadth of Liberty Wildlife continues to amaze me. Condor no. 270 arrived from the Vermilion Cliffs last week driven in by a representative from The Peregrine Fund….another lead poisoning victim, anemic,  emaciated, dehydrated, … Continue reading

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This Week at Liberty

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers The 18th annual Wishes for Wildlife has entered into Liberty Wildlife’s archive ofhappenings.  I must admit that the flurry of activity leading up to the event and closing it out is demanding.  There are many people involved … Continue reading

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