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Top 10 Agent Strategies from NAR

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When is Michael Bull Speaking Next?

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Is CCIM Training for CRE Investors Necessary?

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What does investment property “Recapture” mean?

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How to Pick Between Similar Properties in Different Cities

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What is an Exculpatory Clause?

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Bid on Maggie Coasters!

Many Wildlife Center supporters know that Maggie, the Center’s non-releasable education Peregrine Falcon, is a renowned artist. Maggie has created one-of-a-kind paintings, has signed her very own Maggie book, and this year, she made coasters!

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Bald Eagle #17-2705

On December 1, a citizen in Charles City County saw a mature Bald Eagle on the ground, unable to fly. The Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries was called, and an officer responded to the scene and was able to capture the eagle and take it to a permitted wildlife rehabilitator in the area. The following morning, the rehabilitator noted a wound on the eagle’s wing; it appeared as though the eagle self-inflicted the wound during the night in the crate.

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Bobcat #17-2688

During the past few days, the staff continued to leave a wide variety of food for injured Bobcat #17-2688. The team also made the decision to leave the bobcat alone for two days — with no peeking and no surrounding noise around the enclosure, in case the adult cat was stressed by the presence of humans and sounds. Dr. Alexa was extremely happy to report on Sunday that the bobcat finally ate! Oddly enough, one food option that was eaten was a rat slurry — blenderized rat parts — which could mean that the bobcat’s hairline mandibular fracture is uncomfortable.

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Holiday Shopping Guide 2017

As you start your holiday shopping this season, check out the variety of gifts that the Wildlife Center offers. They’re great for everyone on your list, and your support saves wild lives!

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