Raptors in Captivity: Guidelines for Care and Management

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Hancock House, 2007 - Nature - 301 pages
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A first-of-its-kind resource, "Raptors in Captivity" is designed as a reader-friendly reference tool covering a wide range of topics from making the decision to keep raptors and choosing suitable species, to housing and transportation, diet, medical care, equipment, training, and recovering a lost bird. From the novice to the experienced, this book provides everyone with the most current techniques -- drawn from a consortium of experts and not available in any other written form -- for successfully managing a variety of raptor species in captivity.

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User Review  - Deanie - Goodreads

A really comprehensive book on the care of raptors, specifically those to be used in education programs. Even though I've already spent almost 3 years myself working with education raptors, I felt I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

Maybe it deserves all five stars, maybe it doesn't... the bottom line is that the book delivered what I needed. Through my job I am fortunate enough to be the primary trainer of a peregrine falcon and ... Read full review

Contents

List of Figures
15
Selecting a Bird for Education
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photos by Ron Winch unless otherwise indicated
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Copyright

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