Robert Adamski holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) in biology from Delaware Valley College of Science & Agriculture, an associate degree in Science (AS) in veterinary technology from Harcum College, as well as a professional degree in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (BVMS) from the University of Glasgow in Scotland. He is honored to serve as an associate professor for the Captive Wildlife Care & Education Program at Unity College as well as acting as a consultant veterinarian for the two largest wildlife centers in Maine (e.g. Avian Haven in Freedom and Center for Wildlife in Cape Neddick.) Rob serves as an instructor for International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council (IWRC) & as consultant to the board of directors for the Wildlife Rehabilitators Association of Massachusetts (WRAM) that services all of New England.
Off duty, Dr. Adamski engages valiantly in a battle of wills while attempting to pacify and herd his two rescued Canadian tortoiseshell cats while protecting his 45lb pit bull mix from unwarranted abuse by the ferocious felines. He enjoys hiking, volunteering with the American Red Cross, his local ambulance squad & fire department and recently retired as a commissioned officer in the US Army Reserves Veterinary Corps after 23 years of honorable service. In his few spare moments, you can find him catching a movie at the local cinema and enjoying a bucket of popcorn large enough to double as a swimming pool.