Friday, May 25, 2018

Hooded Merganser #18-0742 update

Hooded Merganser #18-0742 is doing well; since being paired with its new Wood Duck friend [patient #18-0958], the little duckling has gained weight and is now 57 grams [increased from admission weight of 26 grams!]. The pair enjoys several short swim sessions each day; we managed to catch one recent swim on video!



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Retail legal trends via Hartman Simons



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Should I do business with my landlord's tenant rep or look independently?



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Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Black Bear yearling #18-0624 update

Black Bear yearling #18-0624 has improved during the past week; the wildlife rehabilitation team reports that the bear is much brighter in the Bear Pen enclosure and is eating well. The bear is scheduled for follow-up radiographs and additional diagnostics, including an electrocardiogram, on May 31. The team hopes to see improvements in the bear’s heart rate.



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Bald Eagle #18-0223 update

On May 14, Bald Eagle #18-0223 was moved to flight pen A1 for the next phase of her rehabilitation. After settling in for a couple of days, the eagle started a daily exercise regimen; the rehab staff started with a goal of just five passes each day. The eagle is struggling to maintain altitude at this point but likely needs time and practice to regain strength and stamina after her injury.



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