Wildlife Medicine and Rehabilitation

Self-Assessment Color Review

; Emma Keeble

Veterinarians increasingly encounter wildlife casualties in practice and have a duty of care for the welfare of the animals. This comprehensive and easy-to-use self assessment book contains some 208 clinical cases with 325 illustrations. Les mer
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Om boka

Veterinarians increasingly encounter wildlife casualties in practice and have a duty of care for the welfare of the animals. This comprehensive and easy-to-use self assessment book contains some 208 clinical cases with 325 illustrations. It has been compiled by authors with a wide range of experience and expertise in this area. Common conditions seen in wildlife species are covered with cases from Europe, North America, the Middle East and Australia. The selection of cases is presented randomly and covers scenarios relevant to most readers. The book is of value to veterinarians in practice and training and to all those working directly with wildlife who wish to expand their knowledge in this field.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Flamingos
Swans, Ducks, Geese
Buzzards, Kestrels, Sparrowhawks, Falcons, Vultures, Eagles
Owls
Blackbirds, Greenfinches, Chaffinches
Ospreys
Guillemots, Curlews, Gulls
Pheasants
Lorikeets
Herons
Bustards, Coots, Moorhens
Cuckoos
Doves
Squirrels
Hares, Rabbits
Foxes, Otters, Badgers, Raccoons, Mink
Hedgehogs
Seals
Dolphins, Whales
Manatees
Hippopotami, Oryx, Deer
Gorillas
Elephants
Bats
Shrew
Echidna
Wallabies, Possums, Kangaroos, Koalas
Reptiles
Miscellaneous

Om forfatteren

RCVS Recognised Specialist in Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, University of Edinburgh, UK