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Should we stay away from buying retail properties right now?

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Is there a guarantee with your commercial real estate agent training?

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Bald Eaglet #18-1139 update

Bald Eaglet #18-1139 has been doing well since fledging in flight pen A3; the bird is making short flights each day, and the staff have not noted any sign of a wing droop. The bird is eating well and weighs a little more than 3.0 kg. The eaglets feathers have grown in, and the veterinary staff began regularly foot and feather checks for the young bird, which will take place every other week. Once the bird is a little older, the rehab staff will start daily exercise to prepare it for release.

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Bald Eagle #18-0752 update

Bald Eagle #18-0752 has been doing well during daily exercise during the past two weeks; the eagle typically flies about 10 passes in the A3 flight enclosure before tiring. The rehab staff recently set the exercise goal of 10-15 passes during each session, in hopes of continuing to improve the eagle’s stamina.

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Bald Eagle #18-0132 update

On June 13, veterinary staff determined that the wound on Bald Eagle #18-0132’s foot had been healing extremely well and no longer required daily checks. After applying a smaller bandage that would not affect the eagle’s ability to properly perch, it was moved to a small outdoor enclosure.

On June 25, veterinary staff will check the eagle’s wound and bandage in addition to evaluating its overall body condition. If no complications are identified, the eagle will be transferred to a larger outdoor flight pen and begin a daily exercise regimen to improve its strength and stamina.

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Is being a commercial real estate agent a good profession for a female?

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If a buyer makes too low of an offer, should I make a counter offer?

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Black Bear #17-1298 Post-release update

Last month, Dr. Peach and wildlife rehabilitator Brie went out in the field with a DGIF biologist to hang several trail cameras, hoping to catch images of Black Bear #17-1298 more than eight months post-release, and nearly one year after receiving a one-dose treatment for mange. The bear’s GPS collar indicated that the bear was active in a particular area, and helped establish the best area in which to hang several cameras.

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Black Bear cubs of 2018 update

Last week, the cubs began Dr. Peach’s study on a new drug for treating mange in Black Bears. The cubs received the medication on Thursday and had blood draws on Friday; everything went smoothly. Dr. Peach had the opportunity to check each cub thoroughly during the blood draw process; she said all 10 cubs appeared to be in good condition. Some of the cubs still have some hair loss due to ringworm, but overall, they look good and no additional hair loss has developed.  The next blood draw for the study will take place on Thursday, June 21.

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Black Bear cub #18-1089 update

On June 17, the veterinary team anesthetized Black Bear cub #18-1089 for radiographs and a bandage change. The cub has been contained in a Zinger crate to limit her movement during the healing period, though the rehabilitation staff have reported that the cub has been a difficult patient, since she likes to knock over her water, which gets her bandage wet.

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