Wednesday Creature Feature ~ January 9, 2019


Birds Rescued after Eating Prescription Pills at Park! 

At a park in Huntington Beach a Canadian goose and gull were recovered after swallowing prescription pills. Both of the birds stomachs have been flushed and they are recovering. This is just one more example of littering at its extreme. Some of the pills included sedatives and the police are just grateful that no children had accidentally discovered the pills. Click here to learn more.

Best Animal Photos of 2018! 

[ Due to copyright we cannot post any pictures on here but follow the link. There are some really beautiful pictures! ]

Even after more than 100 years of photographing the natural world for National Geographic, our wildlife photographers are still capturing animals in ways they’ve never been seen before. Evgenia Arbugaeva spent time in Indonesia, capturing vivid photographs of the dark side of the butterfly trade, and Anand Verma ventured into an ancient Maya temple to photograph meat-eating bats.

I promise you that if you go look at this gallery you will not be disappointed. The pictures include gray reef sharks, the largest colony of black-browed albatrosses, a sun star, an Asian elephant, gray heron, pumas, seals, and many more.

Click here to see all the wonderful photos from the gallery!


When we rescued Emma from a large-scale cruelty case this past summer, she was suffering from ear infections, a skin condition and had lost almost all of her fur. Thanks to compassionate supporters like you, we pulled her (along with nearly 90 other animals) to safety. Emma was treated and placed with a new, loving family, and has grown a full coat of fur. See her amazing journey!





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Editor ~ Chelsea Dugger

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