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By Nick Krug
May 13, 2011
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Diane Johnson of Linwood-based Operation WildLife talks about the demands of caring for hundreds of animals, especially during "baby season."
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Great work Nick. This video is really well-done and an eye-opening trip inside an important local organization. Cheers!
Is it just me or does the video not work?
I was able to watch it OK. Do you have flash installed on the computer or phone from which you're trying to watch?
If you want to visit this site (http://supportdetails.com/) and send your results to firstname.lastname@example.org, we can try to figure out what's not working.
One other thought. If you run ad block, you will not be able to play our videos, because a preroll ad plays before each of them.
Great video about a fantastic and dedicated group of people working long, LONG hours out of the goodness of their hearts. Whether you've taken an animal there or not, it's good to know they're there when needed — if you can, send a donation and keep them in mind. Their need for financial support, in-kind donations, and volunteers is never ending.
23375 Guthrie Road
Linwood, KS 66052-4124
I went to their open house and was amazed to see the variety of wildlife in the facility.
They don't receive any state or federal funds so any help is appreciated.
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