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Black Bear cub #17-2035 update

On August 11, Drs. Alexa and Monica transported Black Bear cub #17-2035 to the Virginia Veterinary Surgical Associates in the Richmond area for surgery with Dr. Alex Padron. Dr. Alexa gave many updates during the surgery – Dr. Padron was able to successfully insert two pins into the bear’s fractured humerus before inserting a plate over the fracture site. He was pleased with the alignment.

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What NAA Can Do For You – NAA’s CEO Bob Pinnegar

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Demand for Multifamily via NAA’s Paula Munger

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Mixed-Use Retail Leasing – Nick Garcia on CRE Show

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Bald Eagles #17-1181 and #17-0836 update

Bald Eagles #17-1181 and #17-0836 continue to fly well during their daily exercise session. Wildlife rehabilitator Brie got in touch with the state eagle biologist; he does have GPS transmitters for these birds and will be at the Center to fit the birds during the week of August 14. After the “backpack” fitting, the birds will be returned to their flight enclosure for additional exercise and observation.

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Black Bear cub #17-1180 update

While Black Bear cub #17-1180 has been generally stable during the past week, he continues to have unresolved neurological episodes. The test results for Baylis ascaris came back negative. Dr. Ernesto decided that the next step for this cub is a CT scan; this could help the team determine if the cub has a congenital brain defect. The team are working with an outside facility to schedule a CT scan during the week of August 14.

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Retailer Bankruptcy Tips for Landlords from Hartman Simons on CRE Show

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Black Bear yearling #17-1559 Release

Black Bear yearling #17-1559 was successfully released on August 10. Dr. Ernesto and outreach director Amanda were able to attend the release with Jaime Sajecki, Black Bear Project Leader with the Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries. The bear was released in a remote area, with a pond and berry bushes nearby. 

The bear jumped out of Jaime’s truck and quickly ran down a path toward the pond – he then took a swim in the pond before climbing out and disappearing into the woods. 

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Impact of Abolishing 1031 Exchange – Tell Your Congressman – NAA

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Black Bear yearling #17-1559 update

Black Bear yearling #17-1559 has been doing well in yard #2 of the Black Bear Complex for the past two weeks. Wildlife rehabilitator Brie contacted Jaime Sajecki, the Black Bear Project Leader with the Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries, to discuss the release. Plans are tentatively being made for release within the next few days, though this may depend on being able to successfully shift the bear into the transition area of the yard for easier darting. 

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