Ann C. Lynch

Director, South Bay Wildlife Rehab

Director of South Bay Wildlife Rehab

Ann C. Lynch on KCRW

South Bay Wildlife Rehab in Rancho Palos Verdes has taken in more than 300 birds this year, and is currently bulging at the seams with 111 patients.

South Bay Wildlife Rehab teaches birds of prey to slay all day

South Bay Wildlife Rehab in Rancho Palos Verdes has taken in more than 300 birds this year, and is currently bulging at the seams with 111 patients.

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