Wildlife Veterinarian Dr. Rob Adamski shares his stories and experiences from the world of wildlife rehabilitation. For example, what happens if a wild animal accidentally eats something highly toxic like lead or rat poison? What’s the difference between a wildlife rescue and a kidnapping? And how can wildlife rehabilitation centers contribute to wildlife health and conservation on a population level- in addition to treating animals on an individual basis?



Episode Notes


To learn more about wildlife rehabilitation and how to get involved, visit the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA): https://www.nwrawildlife.org/page/Careers_EnterField



For More Info on Lead Poisoning in Wildlife:


Lead Toxicity: A Threat to Wildlife



Lead Contamination in Wildlife



For More Info on Rodenticide Toxicity in Wildlife:


Cornell Wildlife Health Lab- Rodenticide Toxicity




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