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

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Michael Kesend, 1978 - Nature - 143 pages
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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

Contents

Care of the Feathered i
1
Care of the Furred
33
Special Equipment
57
Copyright

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