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    Default Raptor Medicine, Surgery and Rehabilitation, 3e (2020)

    Comprehensive, practical and extensively illustrated, this book accumulates years of practical knowledge when dealing with injured birds of prey. Written by a practicing veterinarian it is a concise, helpful, day-to-day guide which outlines everything from handling and the intake examination, through to practical procedures and the treatment of a comprehensive range of conditions and injuries. Also covering advice on housing, rehabilitation and eventual release, and fully updated throughout, this new edition incorporates new images as well as new and expanded information on electrocution, pesticides, feeding puppets and species habitats.



    With plenty of new "raptor tips" and questions, Raptor Medicine, Surgery and Rehabilitation, 3rd Edition, includes handy hints, clinical pearls and retains its emphasis on practical procedures throughout. Forming a complete and approachable guide to raptor veterinary care, this book also features numerous rapid reference charts and appendices.




    • Publisher : 3rd edition (December 30, 2020)
    • Language: : English
    • Hardcover : 360 pages
    • ISBN-10 : 1789246105
    • ISBN-13 : 978-1789246100

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