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Posted: Oct 09, 2015 08:42AM EDT

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May Wildlife Rehabilitation Center at Lees-McRae College Nurses Injured Animals Back To Health

Center Director Nina Fischesser explains how the center saves animals, teaches college students about wildlife, and introduces Good Day Charlotte to some of center's animal friends.

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