Wildlife Center Seeing More Starving Animals Due To Drought

May 30, 2013 Full story: CBS Local

From a family of bobcats to songbirds and raptors, the Wildlife Center in northern New Mexico says it is seeing a rise in starving and thirsty animals, the result of prolonged drought that is drying up food and water supplies.

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