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CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 28, 1971
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(Studio) Florida family doing something to help diminishing wildlife.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Venice, Florida) Collet family cares for injured wildlife. Film shows Collets with falcon, etc. Goal is to heal wildlife so can return to nature, many permanently injured or unable to readjust to nature after human contact. [Mrs. Rosemary COLLET - thinks worth trying to save creatures; financial burden, costs over $200/mo. to feed animals, do it because care.] Collets take animals to local schools, give lectures; have applied for tax-free status as wildlife foundation. Film shows Collets releasing pelican.
REPORTER: Hughes Rudd

Mudd, Roger;
Rudd, Hughes

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