Fauna First Aid
Below you will find a long list of quality wildlife resources submitted to Fauna First Aid from all corners of the wildlife community; authors include veterinarians, zoo keepers and experienced wildlife carers. It should be noted, however, that these resources are guides only - it is very important to remember that each and every animal is totally unique and each should be treated as an individual. Some animals may develop quickly, some a little slower, some may see an easy rehabilitation while others may become highly distressed when in care and need extra attention. If you are experiencing problems that may not be addressed in these resources, or you find that animals are developing differently, then please contact an experienced wildlife carer for more information. Please feel free to contact Linda at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like any further advice.
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