June, 2011

Media Coverage

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21 Jun 2011

How to best help baby animals? Let them be

Article on Kane County Chronicle
 
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21 Jun 2011

Cuba Township Road District and Cuba Township celebrated June as leave No Child Inside month with fu

evening at the second annual “Camp Cuba” as part of the celebration to support June as Leave No Child Inside (LNCI) month.
 
15 Jun 2011

Neglected Eaglets Making Good Progress

Article on CBS Chicago
HICAGO (CBS) — Two bald eaglets hatched on the Kane County property of Mooseheart and then taken into the care of a wildlife rehabilitation center two weeks ago are doing well and gaining weight.
 
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15 Jun 2011

Chicago Wildlife News: Deer gives birth to two fawns in Boystown

Article on Chicago Wildlife News
“Moms leave their fawns alone every day and it's perfectly normal,” said Dawn Keller, executive director of Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation, ...
 
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15 Jun 2011

Eaglets land in rehab center

Article on Herald News
The eaglets rescued from the Mooseheart grounds are enjoying regular meals of fresh fish and putting on weight in the comfort of a temporary home, under the watchful care of wildlife experts.

But the next challenge is to build a special chamber to accommodate the flight needs of the two eaglets.

“They both are eating vigorously without coaxing or hesitation,” said Dawn Keller, executive director and founder of Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation.
 
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13 Jun 2011

Eaglets recovering — but need added help to take flight

Article on Courier News
he eaglets rescued from the Mooseheart grounds south of Batavia are enjoying regular meals of fresh fish and putting on weight in the comfort of a temporary home, under the watchful care of wildlife experts.

But the next challenge is to build a special chamber to accommodate the flight needs of the two eaglets.

“They both are eating vigorously without coaxing or hesitation,” said Dawn Keller, executive director and founder of Barrington-based Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation.
 
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11 Jun 2011

Eaglets recovering — but could use some help

Article on Beacon-News
The eaglets rescued from the Mooseheart grounds are enjoying regular meals of fresh fish and putting on weight in the comfort of a temporary home, under the watchful care of wildlife experts.

But the next challenge is to build a special chamber to accommodate the flight needs of the two eaglets.

“They both are eating vigorously without coaxing or hesitation,” said Dawn Keller, executive director and founder of Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation.
 
 
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6 Jun 2011

Eaglets Continue Recovery After Parents’ Rejection

Article on Batavia Patch
Two eaglets rescued last week after their nest at Mooseheart blew out of a tree are recovering well at Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation in Barrington.

Despite herculean efforts to reconstruct a new nest after the original one was blown out of a tree, the eaglets were found to be dehydrated and emaciated after a well-being check Thursday night.
 
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3 Jun 2011

Baby eagles apparently abandoned by parents

Geneva, IL —

After apparently being abandoned by their parents, baby eagles at a nest on Mooseheart property were removed Thursday night in the care of workers of Barrington-based Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation.
 
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