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Retail Sector Technology Update

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Where can I find sales meeting resources for my commercial brokerage firm?

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Which Commercial Sector Wins?

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Great Horned Owl #18-2502 update

Great Horned Owl #18-2502 has been doing well during daily exercise in the outdoor flight pen, flying end to end in the enclosure for more than 10 passes. The owl is relatively quiet while flying, but not completely silent; flying silently is a prerequisite for release in our owl patients. The rehabilitation team believes that exercising the owl in a larger enclosure will demonstrate the bird’s ability to fly silently; in the next few days, they will move the owl to one of the largest flight pens for continued exercise and assessment.

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Headwinds or Tailwinds for Commercial Real Estate?

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How can a new commercial agent get a fast start?

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Post-release Update on Bald Eagle #18-1139

The Wildlife Center received sad news about Bald Eagle #18-1139, the hatch-year eagle that was released on September 6 in Virginia Beach. On September 23, 17 days after the release, the deceased bird was found by the side of the road in Chesapeake, Virginia. The bird was picked up by a police officer and turned over to animal control. Officers were able to report the band number to the bird banding lab, and the Wildlife Center receive a notification.

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Great Horned Owlet #18-0299 Update

Great Horned Owlet #18-0299 passed live-prey testing this past weekend. The young bird is flying well and silently, and the rehab staff declared the bird ready for release.

Pre-release blood work was drawn on the morning of October 9; results were within normal limits. Wildlife rehabilitator Brie banded the owl the following day. The young owl was picked up on October 11 to return to Fauquier County for release, where it was initially rescued in March. 

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Debt Market Will Affect Real Estate Values

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How can developers prepare for the next cycle?

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