Student’s project analyzes injuries at wildlife center

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Posted: April 22, 2013

The Winchester Star

Research by Sherando High School student Claire Haskins shows that most wild animals are brought to the Blue Ridge Wildlife Rehabilitation Center for treatment because they’ve been attacked by a domestic pet, orphaned or hit by a vehicle. She’s shown here holding a juvenile gray squirrel that was rescued. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)

MILLWOOD — Claire Haskins did an independent study program last fall at the Blue Ridge Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Clarke County.

She learned a lot about the types of injuries that bring wild…

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