Wildlife Rescue League in the Media

TV appearances and press mentions

 

Podcasts

Videos

Critter Carnival 2023

An in-person event at Historic Blenheim House in Fairfax, VA.

Hawk Release

Hawk release by Dr. Belinda Burwell.

What to do if you find injured wildlife

Licensed wildlife rehabilitator Olivia Lobalbo discussed what to do if you come across an injured animal.

WASHINGTON (ABC7)

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Wildlife Rescue League of Northern Virginia

Learn more about the work of Wildlife Rescue League.

Goose rescue 2015

Emergency removal and safe release of a goose and her goslings from the hot roof of Marshall Road Elementary School. Don’t try this at home!

What to do if you come across an injured turtle

Licensed wildlife rehabilitator Olivia Lobalbo discussed what to do if you come across an injured animal.

WASHINGTON (ABC7)

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Wildlife Rescue League

Who we are and what we do.

What to do if you come across an injured turtle

Licensed wildlife rehabilitator Olivia Lobalbo discussed what to do if you come across an injured animal.

WASHINGTON (ABC7)

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Articles

Injured bald eagle set free at Burke Lake Park after rehabilitation

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K.G. rehabber helps give animals a second chance

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Rideshare driver dies, passenger injured, after minivan hits deer on Dulles Access Road

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Wildlife Rehabilitators Are Overwhelmed During the Pandemic. In Part, That’s a Good Thing.

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Cocaine Bear, Meet Cannabis Raccoon and McFlurry Skunk

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Heron Entangled In Fishing Line Rescued At Kingstowne Lake

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Local nonprofit launches photo contest to celebrate Virginia wildlife

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City Wildlife and other wild-animal rescue groups need volunteers as spring approaches

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Animal rehabilitators a rare breed in Northern Virginia

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One Green Planet article

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Questions About WRL?

Contact us with any questions or for more information about Wildlife Rescue League.

Wildlife Rescue League - Viriginia
Wildlife Helpline 703-440-0800