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All Wild Creatures Welcome: The Story of Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

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Describes the work of the wildlife rehabilitation center in Stony Point, New York, how it came to be established and how it handles the many wild animals that are brought to it for treatment. Includes a list of similar rehabilitation centers throughout the country arranged by region.

Illustrated by David Cupp
Hardcover, 130 pages
Published July 15th 1985 by Dutton Books for Young Readers
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Jun 07, 2011 Peacegal rated it really liked it
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Elements of a fledgling animal rights movement can be seen within the pages of All Wild Creatures Welcome. In addition to providing factual information about the day-to-day functions of a wildlife rehabilitation clinic, Curtis provides well-developed philosophical arguments in favor of animals’ inherent value.

Essentially all major wildlife welfare issues afford a mention within the text. As many of the animals who arrive at rehab have been affected by hunting or trapping activities, Curtis spen
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