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Baby bald eagle born in Southwest D.C. is called 'Spirit' - Source Washington post
Apr 26,2017

Names were announced here Tuesday for a baby bald eagle and five other rcently born animals, all living in the Washington region and all members of species whose survival remains a matter of concern.

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Want to Adopt a Pet? Try Fostering First. - Source Washingtonian
Apr 25,2017

It's cherry-blossom season, baseball season—and also stray season. Most local animal groups don’t have large-enough shelters—or any shelter at all—so they depend on a network of private


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Block Party Planned for Pet Lovers in Alexandria - Source Patch
Apr 19,2017

Mayor Allison Silberberg and the Alexandria City Council have named Sunday, April 23 as Alexandria Love Your Pet Day, and the dog-friendly town will be holding a block party to celebrate.

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DC Eagle Cam's Adorable Baby Eaglets Need Names
Apr 14,2017

For the past two weeks, two fuzzy little eaglets have spent their days sitting high on top of a Tulip Poplar Tree at the U.S. National Arboretum, eating fresh fish from the Anacostia River and snuggling with their parents.


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Missing Pets in the Alexandria Area - Source Patch
Apr 12,2017

Today is National Pet Day, a time to celebrate the furry friends in your life. But while today is just another day to cherish with your animal companion

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2012: Ellen Jefferson advocating for animals - Source Austin American Statesman
Apr 05,2017

We repost this 2012 profile of Ellen Jefferson just in time for the Austin Pets Alive benefit, Tailwaggers, on April 7.

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D.C. adopt a pet - Bridget - Source Washington post
Mar 30,2017

Bridget, a 10-month-old spayed dog, is available for adoption through the Humane Rescue Alliance.

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Surprise Late-Winter Visitors at Riverbend Park - Source Connection news papers
Mar 28,2017

Forty-eight elegant and picturesque Tundra Swans swimming peacefully in the Potomac River, occasionally extending their long necks down to feed on some aquatic vegetation




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