Journal of Wildlife Rehabilitation

 

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About the Journal

The Journal of Wildlife Rehabilitation has served as a primary reference for wildlife rehabilitators and others involved in the care and conservation of wildlife since 1977. The goals of this publication are:

1) To serve as the primary benefit to IWRC Members by providing reliable, relevant and useful information for wildlife rehabilitators and others involved in the care, treatment and conservation of wildlife.

2) To act as a bridge publication between the wildlife rehabilitation field and the broader scientific community in order to promote the professionalism and credibility of wildlife rehabilitation.

The journal is published three times a year and is distributed to approximately 1500 individuals, organizations and libraries in North America and abroad.

The Journal of Wildlife Rehabilitation is a benefit of membership in the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council. For as little as $54 US, you can receive an annual subscription to the Journal, along with discounts on other publications, training courses and conferences. For more information, please visit the Become a Member page. (Special rates available for libraries)