Canada is home to hundreds of species of wildlife, and across the country wildlife rehabilitators, veterinarians, and volunteers are working hard to help wild birds and animals that are in distress. This book contains stories of wildlife rescue, rehabilitation, and release from twelve centres throughout Alberta and British Columbia. Patients include everything from foxes and bears to owls and turkey vultures. You’ll find out how patients are rescued, fed, and housed. And you’ll meet one clever woodpecker! You’ll also learn how you can help prevent wildlife from becoming injured or orphaned and what you can do to help if you come across injured or orphaned wildlife. Returning a rehabilitated bird or animal to its natural place in the wild is a wonderful gift. For that we can thank the dedicated wildlife rehabilitators, veterinarians, and volunteers who make it happen.
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Rhonda Skinner is a freelance writer and editor residing in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. She is passionate about wildlife rehabilitation and volunteers with the Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Edmonton. She also enjoys wildlife photography, reading, and golfing. Contact Rhonda through her web site: www.wordsnest.ca
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Book Description Dream Write Publishing Ltd., 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1927510554