Group lets public track animals' recovery via webcams
A series of webcams capturing the progress of rescued wildlife animals is now live.
The Lake Tahoe Wildlife Center is offering the public a rare peek at adorable furry animals and their recovery. Many of the animals were saved by the center's vet staff after being seriously injured.
They take care of bear cubs, bobcats and other wild animals.
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