The Wildlife In Need Center is dedicated to wildlife rehabilitation

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OCONOMOWOC -- There's a place in Oconomowoc that works with just about every type of animal native to Wisconsin. They rescue and rehabilitate the animals before trying to get them back in the wild. And this weekend, you can see their work up close and in person. Carl spent the morning at the Wildlife In Need Center.

About The Wildlife In Need Center (website)

The Wildlife In Need Center is dedicated to wildlife rehabilitation and environmental education. WINC rehabilitates injured and orphaned wildlife and releases healthy animals back into their natural habitat. WINC also delivers educational programming to area elementary schools and to residents of all ages including scout groups, civic groups and senior citizens. The overall message of the programs is to encourage an understanding and appreciation of Wisconsin wildlife and to provide practical, real life applications on the best way for humans to interact with wildlife.

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