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Born Free Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

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Tracy Bye feeds four baby robins that she started taking care of Saturday. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Springs wildlife rehabilitator Tracy Bye on Tuesday visits a rock squirrel that she has been taking care of for five weeks. Bye has been running the Born Free Wildlife Rehabilitation Center for 20 years. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Tracy Bye feeds two deer fawns she is taking care of. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Tracy Bye visits raccoons she is taking care of. Photo by Matt Stensland

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A young great horned owl is one of the animals Tracy Bye is caring for at the Born Free Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Tracy Bye is taking care of an adult great horned owl with an injured wing. Photo by Matt Stensland

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These mule deer fawns are being cared for at Born Free Wildlife Rehabilitation. They are just a few of the many animals in for rehab at this time. If you find abandoned or injured animals, call Born Free at 970-879-3747.

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This great horned owlet is being cared for at Born Free Wildlife Rehabilitation. He came from Hayden after his sibling was found dead and he was starving. No parents in site for several days. If you find and injured or abandoned animal, call Born Free at 970-879-3747.

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