Animal hospital describes how injured and orphaned wild animals are re as urban areas expand they impinge on the natural habitats of animals that would not otherwise find themselves in an urban setting including birds mammals reptiles and amphibians as well as rare threatened and even endangered wildlife. Get this from a library animal hospital rescuing urban wildlife julia coey describes the field of wildlife rehabilitation through true stories of sick injured and orphaned wild animals given a second chance at a large urban wildlife center photographs demonstrate the . Animal hospital rescuing urban wildlife by julia coey ebook sign up to save your library it follows the activities of an urban animal rescue facility and the efforts of the trained professionals that rescue treat rehabilitate and release the animals. Julia coeys animal hospital rescuing urban wildlife covers the easily overlooked world of wildlife rehabilitation efforts around the world coey focuses on city animals such as birds squirrels raccoons and skunks that have been injured or orphaned often because of human interference. A leader in the field of wildlife rehabilitation toronto wildlife centre is the only veterinary hospital and rehabilitation facility for sick injured and orphaned wild animals in the greater toronto area and one of the busiest in canada
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