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Interest rates are rising, should I sell my property now?

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As a commercial real estate agent does your wardrobe really matter?

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White-tailed Deer Fawns of 2018 update

During the spring and summer months, the Wildlife Center admitted and assessed 30 White-tailed Deer fawns that were later transferred to other permitted rehabilitators in the state. The transferred fawns were healthy and needed minor or no veterinary care.

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Bald Eaglet #18-1139 update

Eagle biologist Jeff Cooper will be at the Wildlife Center during the week of August 20 to assist wildlife rehabilitator Brie with fitting a GPS transmitter on Bald Eaglet #18-1139 prior to release. Brie is learning about the fitting process; once she’s fully trained, she can place any available GPS backpacks on her own.

In the meantime, daily exercise continues for the young bird; the staff report that the eaglet is flying 15 or more passes in the A3 flight pen.

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Barred Owl #18-2349 update

The veterinary team has been carefully cleaning and re-bandaging Barred Owl #18-2349’s injured wing each day; the wound appears to be healing slowly, though is mildly swollen. On August 11, Dr. Karra re-stained the owl’s injured cornea and found that the corneal abrasion had fully healed. The owl is eating well.

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Eastern Ratsnake #18-1352 Release

Pre-release blood work for Eastern Ratsnake #18-1352 was taken on July 25. Veterinary staff noticed nothing out of the ordinary, and the snake was scheduled for release. The snake’s original rescuers released it on July 28, 2018, at the original rescue location in Augusta County.

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Will you be speaking at the REALTORS convention in Boston in November?

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Black Bear cubs of 2018 update

The 11 Black Bear cubs have been doing well in the Center’s Large Mammal Isolation enclosure; the cubs are eating well and growing quickly! The wildlife rehabilitation team will be happy to move the bears to the Bear Complex in two weeks. At this point, the plan is to allow the cubs to roam in yard #1 and yard #2 in the complex, which will give all 11 cubs access to a one-acre area.

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What is a redevelopment clause in a lease?

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Online Wildlife Book Club meeting

Event Date: 
Tuesday, October 2, 2018 – 19:00

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