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Wildlife Rehabilitation in Tulsa

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Just returned from an amazing tour of Tulsa … wildlife rehabilitators, fabulous artists, even an NPR interview with Rich Fisher – all to benefit WING-IT , Tulsa’s dedicated group of rehabbers.

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Happy Fourth – Support Your Local Rehabber!

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They’re just really cute orphaned Blue Jays who were raised and eventually released by Kim Doner of WING-IT in Tulsa. No, these are not highly-trained nestling Blue Jays posing artfully on an American flag. And Kim – besides being a great rehabber – knows how to Photoshop.

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Winging It In Tulsa

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I had been friends with rehabbers in Tulsa for years, although I’d never met any of them face-to-face. Tulsa area wildlife rehabilitators are awesome. The group is called WING-IT (Wildlife In Need Group In Tulsa) and is now part of Tulsa Audubon , a mutually beneficial partnership which furthers the goals of both.

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My Favorite Release

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A Scissor-tailed Flycatcher hatchling that I got in two years ago,” wrote Leslie Jackson, a rehabber in Tulsa, OK, and sent the ‘before’ photo above and the ‘after’ photo, six weeks later, below. She was totally featherless except for a tuft of white on the crown of her head.

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From Today's New York Times

Animal Ethics

Sherrill Durbin Tulsa, Okla., But one thing they all have in common is the strongest desire imaginable to love you, protect you and bond with you. When that happens, you’ll understand the bond between human and companion animal of which Mr. Phillips wrote.