1. Man size kangaroo gets head stuck in watering can!


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    All this Coffin Bay kangaroo wanted was a drink but he ended up doing a comical Ned Kelly impersonation when his head became stuck in a watering can! Luckily a skilled wildlife wrangler lived nearby and was able to conduct this dramatic rescue while wearing a GoPro. The 6.5 foot tall marsupial wouldn't go quietly though and put up a titanic struggle, kicking and jumping at his brave rescuers. Video produced by Missing Link Media http://www.facebook.com/missinglinkmedia Coffin Bay, one of Australia's great fishing and wilderness destinations. http://www.facebook.com/coffinbay

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    • Shogun Sled Dogs - 'Earth Studies'


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      I love how this video came together! I can only afford royalty free music (free), so when I put the shots together and begun editing, I had no idea what music was going to capture the mood. Then it happened, "Shogun Sled Dogs!" It was a perfect blend and captured the mood of the day.

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      • WES 2015


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        Wildlife Emergency Services is a small nonprofit specializing in response to wild animals in distress, providing injured animals with immediate aid and transport to the nearest wildlife hospital. We're also one of the very few organizations in the country that performs difficult, technical wildlife rescues. To date, we have managed as an all-volunteer-run charity. No employees. No paid staff. Over the last few years, however, we have experienced a decline in donations and a wane in volunteerism, reducing our capacity to respond to wildlife emergencies. The time has come for us to have a paid Program Director to oversee day-to-day operations and lead wildlife rescues. We've launched a crowdfunding campaign at GoFundMe to raise operating expenses for 2015, which includes one paid position. Without this financial support, we will be forced to reduce field services in 2015. Please help us continue our valuable work by making a contribution today. Thank you, Rebecca Dmytryk, CEO, President Wildlife Emergency Services / National Association for Wildlife Emergency Services You can donate in 3 ways: You can donate in these ways: 1. Through our Go Fund Me campaign: http://www.gofundme.com/WES2015 2. By check payable to WES at P.O. Box 65 Moss Landing CA 95039 3. A one-time donation safely and securely through PayPal (copy and paste link in your address bar). https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=G4EVN3JAKU4DU 4. Send us a little something every month - link on our blog: http://wildlifeemergencyservices.blogspot.com/ KEEP US RESCUING IN 2015! Thank you!!!

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        • Halloween Rescue


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          • Skunk sawed free from wooden fence


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            • Cooper's rescued from gymnasium


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              • Buck rescued from electric net fencing


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                • The Mystery of 'Maree' -a turtle with NO eyes!


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                  Wildlife expert Ben Dessen explains the mystery of 'Maree' an Australian Eastern Long Neck Turtle who has NO eyes. Maree was handed into to a wildlife sanctuary in Dural just outside of Sydney and is being cared for by Ben.. #mediaanimaltv #Kangarooprotectioncooperative

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                  • Willows Hedgehog Rescue- Cowslip Nesting


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                    Cowslip was admitted here at Willows Hedgehog Rescue with severe head trauma. She had to undergo intensive care, medication and initial supportive hand feeding as she could not sit upright or feed for herself. She after successful treatment and rehabilitation was released first into a secure garden for monitoring and finally on 21st July 2014 was released into the wild. Here she is collecting nesting material post release.

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                    • INNJOY Tavel: Nature tours and volunteers


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                      Briar the 182 pound female, Loggerhead Sea turtle was released July 15th after a 18 month rehabilitation in Charleston's, South Carolina Aquarium Rescue program. The beach was filled with young and old well-wishers from far and near to say good by and cheer her return to the wild.

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