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Bobcat released back into the wild after months-long rehabilitation
See also: short video.

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Busy, busy, busy: Chintimini rehabilitation program receives influx of injured, abandoned animals

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Chintimini gives kids a chance to spend spring break outdoors

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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.
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Young osprey found dead, tangled in tree

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Donations, volunteer labor help rebuild Chintimini's damaged flight cages

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Owl Hit by Car

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Chintimini Wildlife Center recovering from winter damage with new growth, programs

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4 Things Tuneup: Backyard wildlife habitat certification

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Wildlife-friendly county: Groups aim to make Benton County the first certified backyard wildlife habitat community in Oregon

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Chintimini Birds were at the Halloween with Harry Concert

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Eagle flies free again

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Halloween with Harry

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Open house celebrates wildlife

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Osprey takes flight again

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Mountain View third-graders' project takes flight

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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