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Spring in Illinois

As the snow melts and temperatures increase, Illinois will once again become alive with the sights, scents, and sounds of spring. Hibernating animals will emerge, butterflies and bees will be busy at work collecting pollen,…
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Give A Wild Gift This Holiday Season

Did you know whether you’re looking for a gift for that hard-to-shop-for loved one or you prefer investing in the community than giving things, December brings plenty of opportunities to give a gift of the…
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Holiday Lights

Carly Clark, C/O 2024 With the holiday season upon us, its that time of the year where everyone starts to break out the extravagant decorations. Giant candy canes and inflatable snowmen start appearing in yards,…
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Raptors, Rats and Rodenticide

This time of year, rodents become a bothersome issue for many households making many people reach for rodenticides to control the issue. While these poisons are effective for rodent control, they pose a threat to…
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Sponsor A Day

We have a generous donor who has sponsored a day in the Wildlife Medical Clinic! They have chosen to sponsor today in honor of Katie Duitsman’s birthday! Katie is passionate and devoted to wildlife and…
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Sponsor A Day

Today the Wildlife Medical Clinic is being sponsored by some generous donors! This day at the clinic is in celebration of Chris Keene’s birthday. She has two loving cats of her own, and she is…
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Got Milkweed?

By: Lauren Vincent, Class of 2023 Milkweed is a native Illinois perennial plant that serves a unique role in our backyard ecosystems and across the country. This plant is the only host for Monarch butterflies…
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Orphan Season

The weather is starting to get warmer and the days are beginning to last longer – orphan season is about to start! We see the young of various species in our clinic each year; of…
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