Wildlife rehabilitation is the treatment and care of injured, sick, and orphaned wild animals with the goal of releasing the animals back to their natural habitats. Join Center staff and several at-home permitted Virginia wildlife rehabilitators to learn more about what wildlife rehabilitators do, the invaluable service they provide to their communities, and the role that they play in wildlife conservation.
Join us for Untamed Unfiltered, as we sit down with some of the Center's Untamed producers and featured staff members, and take a deeper look inside each episode. In this episode, Amanda and Aaron sit down with at-home permitted rehabilitators Leslie Sturges and Linda McDaniel.
- Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitators in the State of Virginia
- Animal Help Now
- Virginia Wildlife Rehabilitation Permit Conditions
- Wildlife Care Academy
- Nature’s Nanny Wildlife Rehabilitation
- The Save Lucy Campaign
- Valley Wildlife Care
- National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association
- International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council
- Become a Registered Volunteer Wildlife Transporter with the Wildlife Center of Virginia
- Call of the Wild conference
Looking for ideas on how to incorporate the stories and lessons of Untamed into the classroom? Wildlife Rehabilitation: In (About) 2 Minutes is a quick look at the major concepts and ideas explored in this Untamed episode and is a quick resource for teachers who want to kick off a discussion.
Discussion questions and activities are provided for those educators who want to utilize Untamed in the classroom. One set of discussion questions is designed to be used in combination with the full Untamed episode; another set of discussion questions can be utilized with the In (About) 2 Minutes video.
- Untamed Discussion Questions: Wildlife Rehabilitation
- Wildlife Rehabilitation Classroom Activity
- Untamed wildlife coloring pages
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