Humane Society of the United States

  • US Fish and Wildlife Service Issues Black Rhino Trophy Import Permit
    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service indicated that it will issue import permits to two American hunters who each applied to import a trophy of a critically endangered black rhino killed in Namibia.
  • Pelican With an Injured Wing Makes a Full Recovery at SFWC
    The South Florida Wildlife Center cares for wildlife from all around South Florida. We are incredibly fortunate to have three wildlife rescue ambulances for cases where the injured animal cannot be brought to us or the animal’s condition requires retrieval by an expert in wildlife rescue. Such was the case with an injured pelican brought in by one of our rescue teams after someone reported seeing him in distress.
  • Three Baby Owls Are Recovering at Fund for Animals Wildlife Center
    Spring is in the air, which for most people means warmer weather and longer days, but for the wildlife rescue and rehabilitation community it means baby season. And this baby season has started off a little earlier than expected with our Fund for Animals Wildlife Center taking in three baby Great Horned Owls from the same nest over the course of one week.
  • TrustHouse Services Group Switching All Liquid Eggs to Cage-Free
    Food service company TrustHouse Services Group announced that after working with The Humane Society of the United States, it’s switching all one million pounds of its annual liquid egg usage (equaling approximately 10 million eggs) to cage-free by 2020.
  • Reward Offered in Anaconda, Montana, Dog Poisonings
    The Humane Society of the United States is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for poisoning at least four dogs in Anaconda, Montana.

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