Animal Helpers: Wildlife Rehabilitators
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Animal Helpers: Wildlife Rehabilitators

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Like humans, animals can get sick or hurt. People visit doctors. Pets see veterinarians. What happens to wild animals when they are injured, become ill, or are orphaned? Often, wildlife rehabilitators are called to their rescue. This photographic journal takes readers "behind the scenes" at four different wildlife rehabilitation centers. Fall in love with these backyard an...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published August 10th 2012 by Arbordale Publishing (first published June 27th 2012)
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Barbara
Sometimes wild animals get sick or are injured or lose their caregivers. This short book, part of a projected Animal Helpers series, describes how humans often help wild animals, including baby opossums, raccoons, even an owl. By nursing them back to health without trying to tame them, they help them return to their natural habitats. The large, usually two-page photographs are touching and informative, and the small size of the babies is seen as they are fed; for instance, a catbird dines on hal...more
Wayne S.
What are experts who care for sick, hurt, or orphaned wild animals called? With the help of Victoria Campbell of the Wild Things Sanctuary in New York, Kim Johnson of the Drift Inn Wildlife Sanctuary in Texas, Miriam Moyer and Mary Birney of the White Flicker Wild Bird Rehabilitation Clinic of Pennsylvania, Kathy Woods of the Phoenix Wildlife Center in Maryland, and Randy Loftus of the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service Chesapeake Bay Field Office, author Jennifer Keats Curtis takes the reader on a...more
Melanie
This photographic journal takes us behind the scenes in the day of a wildlife rehabilitator.

Rehabilitators feed and care for orphaned, sick, or injured wildlife. They also teach people about the rescued animals at wildlife centers. Teaching them about the specific animal as well as what to do if they find a hurt animal in the wild.

The desire is to return the animal to it's native environment. The photos in this book are just gorgeous, from owls, opossums, birds, fawn and more.

This is a fantasti...more
Mymcbooks
My Review: When wildlife animals become orphaned and injured, it is the job of the rehabilitators to care for them. In this book the photographic images will show how they care, feed and nurse them back to health. They use a special milk to feed young mammals like raccoon and use beak like tweezers to feed some birds. The rehabilitators also return animals back to their native environments.

The last few pages of the book compare and contrast rehabilitators and veterinarians, tell if animals are...more
Warnie B.
I really liked seeing this book about what wildlife rehabilitators do; I volunteered at a wildlife rehabilitation center in the Houston area in high school, and it was the most interesting job I've ever had. This book talks about what rehabilitators try to do, and how, and why it's important. The photographs show a lot of different animals being helped in a wide variety of ways, and also show the other things that rehabilitators do, such as teach others about wildlife rescue and conservation. I...more
Diane
This book will be high interest to students who love animals. Outlines in the back how to recognized animals who were "orphaned" or "just left alone". Also a Compare/contrast in the back of the book between rehabilitators and veterinarians
Peacegal
Large color photos will catch the attention of youngsters and adults alike. This is a very simple introduction to wildlife rehab work. This would be an excellent addition to a humane education curriculum.
Liz
Another one I read and forgot to record. I like this new series. Great full page photos, short text. Additional information in the back. Will check out others in the series.
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