Wildlife Refuge

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Others, such as the Mexican gray wolf and Leonardo, are not able to be released for a variety of reasons, and these animals are used in programs to educate children and visitors to the SWCC about the role of wildlife in our world. The Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center (SWCC) is sort of like The Island of Misfit Toys from Rudolph - they provide home, sanctuary and love for creatures that don't quite fit anyplace else and that have no place else to go. They provide a place that is the next best thing to being able to live wild and free in the animal's natural habitat when that, for whatever reason, is no longer an option. The SWCC recently saved the life of an alpha female Mexican Gray Wolf, F1188, from New Mexico. The U. S.

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Plastic bags pose a risk for suffocation as well as choking. All wildlife can suffocate if trapped inside of a plastic bag. Plastic bags are a big danger to marine life. Plastic bags floating in water can be mistaken by marine animals for jelly fish. When the marine animal tries to eat the fake jelly fish (the plastic bag) it can suffocate or choke. Solution: Tie your plastic bags into a big knot before throwing them away into the trash or recycle bin. Why tie them in a knot if them are going to be disposed of in a trash or recycle bin? Because plastic bags can and often do fly out of trash trucks and the wind carries them off into the ocean. Balloons and pieces of balloons are dangerous to wildlife. They pose a threat of suffocation. Balloon fights are fun, but leave small pieces of balloon remnants on the ground which can harm wildlife. Solution: After a balloon fight, pick up all of the little pieces of balloon and place them inside a bag.