Raptors in Captivity: Guidelines for Care and Management
by Lori R. Arent
Edition: 1st ed., 2007
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.
About the autor
Lori Arent is the Clinic Manager for The Raptor Center at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota where she oversees the care and rehabilitation of 750-800 raptors annually. A master falconer, she maintains memberships in several raptor and wildlife associations, and has published numerous works on raptor care, management and physiology.