Animal Rehab Center Works To Rescue Itself

Aug 17, 2018

People love to go look at baby animals, but that's not really the purpose of SOAR Wildlife Center in the Green Springs outside Ashland. 

SOAR stands for Southern Oregon Animal Rehabilitation; the plan is to "rescue, rehabilitate, release."  So the center does not give tours and does not make a lot of money for its efforts. 

Tiffany Morey created the center and has ridden the ups and downs of getting baby animals back to the wild. 

She visits the studio with intern Heather Hodgen to talk about the work, and what's needed to continue it.  
 

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