October 19, 2015

Wildlife Rehab

Most people love some type of animal and 84-year-old Janet Miller is a prime example. She has been putting her affinity into action for decades, helping thousands of animals along the way. Miller is a licensed wildlife rehabilitator and works out of her home, now Wildlife Rehab / Northwest Tucson. She is able to keep it up and running thanks to dozens of volunteers. Experts say a helping hand is vital for many birds and small mammals including owls, hawks, ducks and skunks.

Producer: Tony Paniagua
Videographer/Editor: Bob Lindberg
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