This episode highlights the many ways technology has transformed wildlife medicine and education. In many cases, technology has allowed us to treat injured wildlife more quickly and more effectively and has shaped the way we form our protocols and procedures. New technologies have also allowed us to expand our educational footprint and reach new people around the world.
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 licensed veterinary technician Jessica Dyer and outreach educator Lauren Edzenga.
- Lead Toxicity in Wildlife
- Externship opportunities at the Wildlife Center
- Watch the Center’s Critter Cams
- Book a One-on-One online Program
- Free Virtual Tours and Online Programs
- Wildlife Care Academy on-demand classes
- Norfolk Botanical Garden Eaglets: The “Rock Stars” of 2011
- Trail Game Camera for Wildlife Monitoring
- Bat Detector App
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