Care of the Wild Feathered & Furred: Treating and Feeding Injured Birds and Animals

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Michael Kesend Publishing, Limited, Jan 1, 1998 - Nature - 143 pages
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Probably the most highly praised guide ever written for treating, feeding and housing injured birds and animals. Care of the Wild Feathered and Furred has gone through numerous printings and been selected by five book clubs. Now, newly revised and expanded for its 20th Anniversary Edition, the book explains in detail how to raise baby birds and animals, splint broken bones, suture wounds, remove oil and tar, treat poisoning, shock and a variety of common diseases and disabilities. Includes an excellent food substitution chart for a wide variety of birds and animals. Clearly illustrated and well organized. An indispensable book for anyone who may ever want to help a lost or hurt bird or animal.

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Complete with basic instructions, simple recipes, and clear illustrations of splints that both children and adults can follow, this 25th anniversary edition of a fundamental text on wild animal care ... Read full review

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r CARE OF THE FEATHERED
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CARE or THE FURRED
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SQUIRRELs
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