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Wildlife Rehabilitation

Wildlife rehabilitator Josie Karam with one of her patients. (Photo by Megan Wilde)

By Megan Wilde

Josie Karam will never forget rescuing her first beaver. He was found on a street in downtown El Paso with both hips broken and a lacerated back. So Karam brought him to her home in El Paso, where she runs one of West Texas’ only three licensed wildlife-rehabilitation facilities. What’s it like to give wild animals a second chance at life?