Who takes care of hurt wild animals? Veterinarians? Zoos? State wildlife agencies? Only wildlife rehabilitators legally care for wild animals. Every year they heal hundreds of thousands of sick, orphaned, and injured animals and release as many of them back to the wild as possible. Learn about these unsung heroes and the incredible creatures they care for -- from bats and raccoons to whales and loons. Healers of the Wild is also filled with advice for individuals, with instructions on how to be helpful, including a series of Wildlife Fact Sheets from the Fund for Animals. This new edition has been fully revised, including a greatly expanded and updated resource section. Anyone who might ever be tempted to take a baby bird home or to stop to help an injured fox, would benefit from reading this book and learning how to safely help wildlife. Book jacket.Q: A bird keeps attacking my window! Whata#39;s going on? A: Male birds commonly attack windows during mating season. The bird wrongly assumes that his own reflection is a rival in his territory! You can prevent this by hanging squares ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Healers of the Wild|
|Author||:||Shannon K. Jacobs|
|Publisher||:||Big Earth Publishing - 2003|