Animal Rescue Tales

This is the time of year we think of donating money or supplies to organizations and agencies with a donation method. Consider these animal rescue organizations in your thoughts as we transition into the winter flood and storm threats where animal rescue again is a concern.

And, Below,
Rescuing of and Caring for Wildlife During Disasters

CREDITS

Michael Cockrell, Producer

Cyndy Green, Camera/Editor

  • Amador County Animal Response Team
  • American Red Cross, Heart of the Valley Chapter
  • California Department of Fish and Wildlife
  • Contra Costa County Animal Services Department, Photo credits to Art Ray
  • East Contra Costa Fire Protection District
  • Hold Your Horses Livestock Emergency Evacuation Response Team
  • RedRover
  • UC Davis School Veterinary Medicine

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Cyndy Green has been intrigued by news since she got a toy printing press as a six year old. She switched to visual story telling at the age of 12 with her first still camera and moved to broadcasting after an internship in 1974. After 28 years in broadcast news and another 8 teaching broadcasting, she still can’t live without a camera in hand and an editing computer nearby, so in retirement she continues creating visual stories.

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