This case is important to me for many reasons.
In the course of the last year, working on many projects, the Center and I made a friend in Lantz’s project superintendent Tony.
I remember walking out of the flight pen, heart pounding, shocked by the experience I just had.
My Year-End Memories sometimes end up focusing on my human coworkers rather than the animal patients seen in our hospital, and with good reason: the connections that are made between people at the Center, our supporters, our friends, our colleagues, and everyone else in between is what makes this place so special to so many
One of my favorite parts of being a wildlife rehabilitator is how creative you get to be. There is so much room in this field to try new things, solve problems you didn’t expect, and improve your patient’s care.