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Our team was part of the first ever rescue, rehabilitation, and release of a wild cougar in the state of California in 2020. Researchers and veterinarians are now taking a statewide approach at responding to injured wildlife after wildfire events. If you find an injured cougar, you can call the Cougar Conservancy's Conflict Hotline. For other wildlife, call the Wildlife Disaster Network where they can refer you to a facility near you who is able to treat burn patients.
Wildlife Disaster Network
Los Angeles, California, USA
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