To advance and exchange our knowledge of Australian raptor rehabilitation and release techniques

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Many key findings resulted from this Fellowship, including:


  • An observational analysis of the three preconditioning techniques commonly employed to rehabilitate raptors – creance flying, large rectangular and circular aviaries.


  • The importance of collaboration in developing ongoing best practise.


  • The application of species-specific needs throughout rehabilitation.


  • Engaging veterinarians in partnerships and networking internationally.


  • Ways to effectively use hack boxes in rehabilitation.


  • Triage techniques and the way forward .


Keywords: Wildlife, rehabilitation, raptor, bird of prey, education, rehabilitation centres, methods.

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Peggy McDonald

Peggy McDonald

NSW
2017

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