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1. Dr Jenia Meng - ORIGINS OF ATTITUDES TOWARDS ANIMALS (2009)
(n.d.). About WWF. World Wildlife Fund. http://www.worldWildlife.org/who/index.html Last Retrieved 8 January 2009 WWF (2009). Funding and financial overview. 2008 Annual Report. World Wildlife Fund.
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2. Re-nesting Keeps Wildlife Families Together : The Humane Society of the Unit...
2011 Re-nesting Keeps Wildlife Families Together Cape Wildlife Center celebrates successful re-nesting efforts, getting Wildlife babies back in where they belong The Humane Society of the United States / The Fund for Animals
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3. Elbow Room at the Cape Wildlife Center : The Humane Society of the United States
Get to know the Cape Wildlife Center The Cape Wildlife Center is open year-round to receive ailing, orphaned and injured Wildlife and to provide Wildlife rehabilitation. In 2009 alone, the CWC received and cared for over 1,700 animals.
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4. Wildlife rehabilitation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
coexist with native wildlife, and on wildlife’s importance to man and the environment. wildlife rehabilitation clinics can also often offer advice and guidance on humane solutions for "nuisance" wildlife (e.g., see Wild Things Sanctuary:
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5. ANIMAL PEOPLE I JUNE 2010
needed to enforce federal wildlife trafficking laws. The Drug Enforcement Agency, by contrast, has 5,000 agents--who may find exotic wildlife during their investigations as often as the USFWS, since the illegal drug and exotic wildlife
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6. ANIMAL PEOPLE I Nov 06 Milwaukee wildlife program
most of the PAWS wildlife workload was acquired through a 1999 merger with Olympic wildlife Rescue, which was already among the largest wildlife rehabilitation centers in the world. Unlike the Wisconsin Humane program,
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7. Wildlife | HumaneSpot.org
on Jan 26, 2009 Wildlife and Exotics by United States Fish and Wildlife Service The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service conducts a National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation
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8. Wildlife and Exotics | HumaneSpot.org
the North American system of wildlife conservation by undermining the three fundamental policies that underlie the most successful conservation systems, including the denial of economic value to dead wildlife, the allocation of surplus wildlife by
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9. Animal Studies Bibliography | Animal Studies at Michigan State University
is Wiping Out the World's Wildlife. Garden City Park, NY: Avery.   Kellert, Stephen R. 1985. Social and perceptual factors in endangered species management. Journal of Wildlife Management  49: 528-536.   Koebner , L. 1994. Zoo
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