Tag: wildliferehabilitator

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IWRC Member Spotlight: Kalyan Goswami

Kalyan Goswami Tell us a little about yourself: Hello! I’m Kalyan Goswami from Bangladesh. I’m excited about my scholarship to pursue a DVM degree at the University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences in Lahore, Pakistan. Previously, I’ve been involved in wildlife rescue and conservation efforts, starting at home and later joining the Deep Ecology And...

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IWRC Member Spotlight: Michael O’Malley

Michael O’Malley Tell us a little about yourself: I am the Executive Director of Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge (Cedar Run) in Medford, NJ. Cedar Run is a 501(c)(3) environmental non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of New Jersey’s wildlife and habitats through education, conservation, and rehabilitation. As an organization, our vision is that the...

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Elise Gundlach

Incoming Board Member Spotlight How did you initially become involved with IWRC and why did you choose to become involved on a board level? I first heard about the IWRC while working as an intern at Wildlife Center of Virginia. There I learned about the Basics class, some of the book materials, and what the...

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IWRC Member Spotlight: Agamon Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (AWRC)

In this post we spotlight IWRC member the Agamon Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (AWRC). This center was established in December 2019 through a collaboration of KKL-JNF and Tel Hai College, led by Yaron Charka the Chief Ornithologist of KKL-JNF and Rona Nadler Valency, wildlife veterinarian and certified wildlife rehabilitator (DVM, CWR), the director of the Rehabilitation...

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IWRC Member Spotlight: Érika Pioltine Anseloni, Ph.D.

Érika Pioltine Anseloni, a Biologist and Wildlife Vet Assistant from Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil, has a deep love for nature and animals. Her passion for wildlife rehabilitation began during her one-year tenure at Centre Wildlife Care (CWC) in Central Pennsylvania, United States, during the pandemic (2020-2021), following the completion of her Ph.D. Inspired by the...

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IWRC Member Spotlight: Connie Black

DESTINED TO FLY/SONGBIRD REHABILITATORS NETWORK IWRC member Connie Black is the founder and director of Destined to Fly in Harrowsmith, Ontario. She has dedicated her life to wildlife rehabilitation, particularly focusing on the care of songbirds. With a passion for avian species, she established the Songbird Rehabilitators Network on Facebook in collaboration with Julie Eicke,...