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Lisa Fosco

Director of Animal Care

Ohio Wildlife Center's Hospital

HQ Phone:  (614) 734-9453

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Ohio Wildlife Center's Hospital

6131 Cook Rd.

Powell, Ohio,43065

United States

Company Description

Ohio Wildlife Center is dedicated to fostering awareness and appreciation of Ohio's native wildlife through rehabilitation, education and wildlife health studies. Ohio Wildlife Center (OWC), is a premier non-profit wildlife rehabilitation organization, and is ...more

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Adena Brook Community

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Lisa Fosco (Rehabilitation Director, Ohio Wildlife Center)


Adena Brook Community - How We Work

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Lisa Fosco with badger
Lisa Fosco, Director of Animal Care, Ohio Wildlife Center OWC Hospital, 614-761-0134 Cell Phone (for animal emergencies) 415-336-6661


Local Archives

www.marysvillejt.com [cached]

Lisa Fosco, director of the Ohio Wildlife Center, said today that theOhio Division of Wildlife decided to euthanize the wild bird."At some point we had to make a decision," Fosco said.The animal had spinal trauma and very toxic levels of lead poisoning.Fosco added that the bird was paralyzed and had no use of its legs evenafter five days of treatment.She added that the eagle had been revivedfour times before the decision was made to put the bird down.No one knows exactly what happened to cause one of the state's largestbirds to be grounded.Some have speculated that the bird's back wasinjured by high tension wires near the Wheeler home.The lead poisoningwas caused by something the bird ingested, Fosco said.


OWC Hospital Interships

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Please e-mail your cover letter and resume to Lisa Fosco at lfosco@ohiowildlifecenter.org.


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Lisa Fosco of the Ohio Wildlife Center watches over a duck whose beak was damaged by a zip tie.


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