**Wildlife Veterinary Medicine Program** When gaining experience with wildlife it is imperative to do so in a hands-on practical manner, this allows for you to gain a true understanding of wildlife, their behaviors while working with them and their reactions to different drug combinations, their surroundings and all other aspects that need to be considered.
The following topics will be covered practically with a range of different species: - Anesthesias - Immobilisation and monitoring of animals - Disease testing, treatments and preventatives - Physical and Chemical Capture - Translocation - Drug combinations used in different species - Conservation of wildlife - Wildlife husbandry - Animal nutrition - Pathology - Ecology - Pharmacology - Rehabilitation “Let nature be your teacher”
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Being a candle is not easy. In order to give light, one must first burn.
I love discovering new tracks with new views, I’m so blessed to live in a place of such endless beauty 🐾🌿
Gonocephalus chamaeleontinus, the chameleon forest dragon. A brilliant jewel of the highland forests of Java, Indonesia.
Don’t let its name confuse you, but it’s not actually a chameleon. But they do have the ability to adjust their colour and independently move their eyes.
The jungle is full of life... and every single organism is amazing! Look at those spikes...imagine he was 20ft long! Gorgeous specimen.
Stills from 8k helium.
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Dr. Robert Rice of the @smithsonianzoo
Migratory Bird Center explaining what a bird-friendly habitat looks like. Songbirds especially like to migrate to #coffee
growing areas where shade trees provide an important canopy for birds and other #wildlife
out here tryna get tail 🐋
The Island of the Peafowl, interesting enough we see many peacocks and peahens roaming around Sri Lanka mainly, in the southern province. However the peacock is more known as the Indian peafowl than Sri Lanka. Also I find it interesting that the peacock is the symbol (logo element) on our national airline (Sri Lankan Airlines) and have not noticed it been used too much in India. It is also believed that the peacock was the vehicle for the Katharagama gods hence, why we see them being ridden by the gods on shrines or paintings in the area of Katharagama. I personally find this animal to be one of the most beautiful birds and most majestic when they have those short bursts of flight.
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My peachy little girl, the youngest volunteer for the beach cleanup we participated in today. 🍑✨🍑✨🍑✨🍑