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Program rescues injured, orphaned wildlife April 17, 2011 Idaho

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Program rescues injured, orphaned wildlife April 17, 2011 Idaho Bonner County Daily Bee

Dory McIsaac, shown with young elk named “Shamus” in background, works to reintroduce orphaned and injured moose, elk and deer back into the wild through Mystic Farm Wildlife Rescue, Inc....

On the 20 acres that make up her Mystic Farm Wildlife Rescue operation south of Sandpoint, she cares for orphaned and injured moose, elk and deer with a singular intent — getting those animals back into the wild as soon as possible.


For information call (208) 241-7081 or visit:
www.mystic-farm.com

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