Monthly Archives: January 2012

This Week at Liberty January 30, 2012

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers Rescues are an integral part of the rehabilitation business.  Rescues come in all shapes and sizes…read humdrum to exhilarating….adrenaline surging to hysterical….sad to euphoric. For example:  In the early days the volunteers kind of did everything.  … Continue reading

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This Week at Liberty January 23, 2012

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers This blog goes under the heading of “with a little help from our friends”. Over the past three years we have related stories, most of them sad, about baby eagles inflicted with tick paralysis from the … Continue reading

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This Week at Liberty January 16, 2012

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers I have applauded our education group for the numbers of venues, programs and people touched in a year.  They have also driven miles a plenty…in fact enough miles to travel back and forth to Paris, or … Continue reading

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This Week at Liberty January 9, 2012

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers All too often we find that it takes a “village” of good hearted people to help just one critter in need.  Here’s an example. On last Friday a call was left on our busy hotline during … Continue reading

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This Week at Liberty January 2, 2012

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers This is a time for us to gather the data from the past year for our End of the Year reports required by US Fish and Wildlife Service and Arizona Game and Fish as part of … Continue reading

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