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Continued: Badly wounded trumpeter swan is rescued near Waconia, treated

  • Article by: PAT PHEIFER , Star Tribune
  • Last update: May 27, 2014 - 10:23 AM

“We don’t know yet that it’s not releaseable,” said Phil Jenni, executive director of the center, which relies on donors for 100 percent of its funding. “It’s possible. In human terms, it’s definitely in intensive care right now.”


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