Monthly Archives: July 2013

This Week at Liberty – July 29, 2013

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers I have always been fascinated by desert washes.  They are one of the best places to view wildlife; they can afford a quiet, secluded platform for being in nature; they are often the shadiest and coolest … Continue reading

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This Week at Liberty – July 22, 2013

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers The eagle wing (pavilion/annex) got an extra hand or 14 on Sunday morning.  These mews have been under construction for a little while.  Started by a volunteer group of scouts who were able to construct the … Continue reading

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This Week at Liberty – July 15, 2013

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers Picture this.  You look out your kitchen window and your beloved (fill in the blank, but it could be dog, cat, or neighbor’s favorite pet) is running through the yard with something no longer living in … Continue reading

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This Week at Liberty – July 08, 2013

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers Traditionally the end of June is when we assess where we are in terms of numbers of animals we have helped since January 1st.  It is no surprise to us that June is our busiest month … Continue reading

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This Week at Liberty – July 01, 2013

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers I know all of the wisdoms and clichés associated with change—it is good for the soul; it is the only permanent thing; if we don’t change we don’t grow, if we don’t grow we aren’t really … Continue reading

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