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Dedicated first responders, veterinarians and animal caretakers from the Alaska SeaLife Center, the Alaska Raptor Center and the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center brave dangerous terrain and unforgiving climates to respond to animals in need.

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aired 4 days ago
The Alaskan conservation heroes have their hands full with an orphaned newborn sea otter pup, a young bald eaglet that's fallen from its nest, and rescued foxes preparing for a habitat upgrade.
aired 4 days ago
A rescued sea otter pup narrowly escapes one wildfire, while another presents a problem for a very unique owl; an expedition to see wild wood bison is threatened as a heat wave complicates the breeding herd.
aired 4 days ago
A raven falls in fish guts, a seal swims through a fuel spill, and a keeper dives headfirst into a filthy moose pond; animal rescue in Alaska isn't always a pleasant, or pleasant smelling, business.
aired 21 days ago
With an orphaned newborn sea otter pup, a young bald eaglet that's fallen from its nest, and rescued foxes preparing for a habitat upgrade, nobody's getting much rest.
aired 21 days ago
An unexplained injury shakes up the wolf pack; a mystery shark from the deep arrives at the Sealife Center; a one-eyed eagle needs serious help.
aired 21 days ago
Stranded harbor seal pups, fighting bald eagles and an ornery wood bison bull cause the Alaskan conservation centers to operate at maximum capacity.

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