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Winter's been hard on Northeastern Wisconsin wildlife

11:19 AM, Mar. 1, 2014
Starving ducks rescued from Lakeshore
Starving ducks rescued from Lakeshore: The diving ducks are being brought back to health at Wildlife of Wisconsin in Cato.

This is a time of year usually reserved for cleaning cages and preparing for warmer weather, but caregivers at Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary in Green Bay and other wildlife workers are focusing on helping animals struggling to make it through the winter.

Ducks, bats, red-tailed hawks and opossums are among the animals that Bay Beach is caring for this winter, said Lori Bankson, the sanctuary's curator of animals.

"Typically, winter is a quiet time for us and we'll get animals in here and there ... but this year we are just as full as we would be in the summer," she said. "With the extreme ice cover we ...

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