wildlife rescue

Episode #35: Wildlife Q & A

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In this episode, I have a sit-down Q & A session with wildlife rehabilitator, Mady Rothchild, from Animals In Distress Association. Mady has been working with native, North American wildlife for over 33 years. We answer submitted wildlife questions and talk about animals that live in our own backyards. Topics include what to do if you find a baby bird, raccoons as pets, badgers and if they are a threat to humans and pets, encounters with snakes, and how to coexist with animals in our backyards. 

For more information, please visit http://idahowildliferescue.org

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Episode #34: Wildlife Rockstars

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In this episode, I interview John Turini, the founder of The Wildlife Rockstars, Bridges for Brain Injury Organization. It is the only program in the United States that uses exotic animals to help people who have suffered from traumatic brain injuries. 

For more information, please visit: http://www.bridgesforbraininjury.org/wildliferockstars/wildliferockstars.html

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Episode #30: Black Bear Release

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In this episode, I talk about my recent experience traveling to Washington to release two Black Bears named "America" and "Liberty". 

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Episode #18: Wildlife Rescue

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In this episode, I sit down with my good friend and one of the hardest working people in wildlife rescue, Mady Rothchild. She runs Animals In Distress, a native wildlife rescue based in Boise, Idaho. We discuss her rescue work with bats, badgers, beavers, birds, fawns, foxes, coyotes, raccoons, skunks, squirrels, and cougar kittens. She also gives advice to anyone looking to start or work at a wildlife rescue. For more information, please visit:  http://idahowildliferescue.org