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Rehabbers, doesn't this make you wish for professionally soundproofed rooms? What do you do to separate predator (including humans) and prey species?
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A ground-breaking session on Reuniting and Fostering Wildlife was one of the highlights of the IWRC Symposium in Ft. Lauderdale this November. A panel of seven speakers described methods of reuniting and fostering most species of native wildlife in a series of half-hour programs that provided persu…
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While not truly a rehab case, the below article is an interesting account of one member of one species with only 117 members. It highlights the important role we rehabilitators play in the protection and healing of threatened and endangered species. – Kai
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LoraKim recently joined IWRC at our 2011 Symposium. Read her blog post below.
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Helping you help wildlife. Providing professional education to wildlife rehabilitators worldwide.
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IWRC is education and resources for wildlife conservation worldwide.
IWRC is education and resources for wildlife conservation worldwide. - See more at: http://theiwrc.org/about-us#sthash.E1ziN1WI.dpuf
IWRC is education and resources for wildlife conservation worldwide. - See more at: http://theiwrc.org/about-us#sthash.E1ziN1WI.dpuf
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