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January 29, 2009
With the database software, the following tasks will be easily accomplished:
  • record the rescue and release locations on Google Maps;
  • enter contact information for rescuers and transporters to generate mailing lists for fundraising;
  • record all the admission details and reasons why the animal was presented for care;
  • generate medical, procedural, and diagnostic prescriptions;
  • query your data with advanced filters;
  • make daily treatment sheets;  and
  • record patient weights, meals, and medical notes/SOAPs.
January 7, 2009
Wildlife Center of Virginia Offers Advice for Caring for Deer Fawns Each spring, the Wildlife Center of Virginia, an internationally acclaimed teaching and research hospital for wildlife located in Waynesboro, receives hundreds of telephone inquiries from concerned individuals from across Virginia who have found a White-tailed Deer fawn. In most cases, these fawns are in fine shape and need no human intervention.
December 29, 2008
Wherever possible, WILD-ONe uses data standards established by other organizations in order to promote and increase the communication between users and databases. All species names use data standards established by the Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS) and include all birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians  native to North America. Animal genders and life stages use data standards established by the International Species Information System (ISIS).
December 29, 2008
The Wildlife Center of Virginia, the nation’s leading teaching and research hospital for native wildlife, will release a Bald Eagle on Friday, December 26 at 1:00 p.m. at Westover Plantation, on the James River in Charles City County. Participating in the release will be Ed Clark, President and Co-Founder of the Wildlife Center.
December 12, 2008
December 11, 2008 “Home for Christmas” The Wildlife Center of Virginia, the nation’s leading teaching and research hospital for native wildlife, will release a Bald Eagle on Thursday, December 11 at 1:30 p.m. at the Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge [RRVNWR] near Warsaw, Virginia.  The eagle will be released on the Refuge’s Laurel Grove Tract.

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