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On Chintimini Wildlife Center
Bobcat released back into the wild after months-long rehabilitation
See also: short video.
Busy, busy, busy: Chintimini rehabilitation program receives influx of injured, abandoned animals
Chintimini gives kids a chance to spend spring break outdoors
Bird lovers flock together at second annual symposium

KGW Channel 8 Morning Show VIDEOS!
Video 1: Jeff Picton, Executive Director of Chintimini Wildlife Center, shows an adult great horned owl that is being treated after a run-in with a car

Video 2: Zach Heesch, Raptor Conservation Program, shows three education birds (black Merlin falcon, red-tailed hawk, barn owl) from Chintimini.
Young osprey found dead, tangled in tree
Donations, volunteer labor help rebuild Chintimini's damaged flight cages (video)
Owl Hit by Car
Chintimini Wildlife Center recovering from winter damage with new growth, programs
4 Things Tuneup: Backyard wildlife habitat certification
Wildlife-friendly county: Groups aim to make Benton County the first certified backyard wildlife habitat community in Oregon
Chintimini Birds were at the Halloween with Harry Concert
Eagle flies free again
Halloween with Harry
Open house celebrates wildlife
Osprey takes flight again
Mountain View third-graders' project takes flight
Corvallis students' book publishes at PSU to benefit school mascot, Sparky the Eagle

The Register-Guard
Big cat getaway: Two previously injured bobcat siblings get a fresh start in the woods