Why this Utah center continues to see rising wildlife treatment cases

1/18/2022 8:43:00 PM

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah received over 600 more animals than its 5-year average in 2021. There were a few human and natural reasons for the increase.

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The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah received over 600 more animals than its 5-year average in 2021. There were a few human and natural reasons for the increase.

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah received over 600 more animals than its five-year average in 2021. There were a few human and natural reasons for the increase.

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