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Ethics, Standards and the Law

Ethics and Legal Aspects of Treatment and Rehabilitation of Wild Animal Casualties

(British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council)

Guidelines For Wildlife Rehabilitation Units

(British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council)

STANDARDS FOR WILDLIFE REHABILITATION

(RSPCA)

Secretary of State's Standards for Modern Zoos

(Department for Transport the Environment and the Regions)

Animal Transaction Policy 

(BIAZA - British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums)

  IUCN Guidelines for the Placement of Confiscated Animals

(IUCN - The World Conservation Union)

IUCN Guidelines for Re-introductions

(IUCN - The World Conservation Union)

  WAZA Guidelines on the acceptance of seized or confiscated animals

(WAZA - World Association of Zoos and Aquariums)

WAZA Code of Ethics and Animal Welfare

(WAZA - World Association of Zoos and Aquariums)

  Responsible Reproductive Management: Guiding Principles

(WAZA - World Association of Zoos and Aquariums)

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Disease Investigation and Habitat Management

Field Manual of Wildlife Diseases

General Field Procedures and Diseases of Birds (National Wildlife Health Center)

Cosmetic Post Mortem

(Andrew Kitchener)

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Compromised health and welfare of bears in China’s bear bile farming industry, with special reference to the free-dripping bile extraction technique

(Animals Asia Foundation)

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The veterinary, behavioural and welfare implications of bear farming in Asia

(WSPA)

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Animal Species Information & Management Guidelines

Idaho Black Bear Rehab Inc. Complete Handbook

(Idaho Black Bear Rehab. Inc.)

The Environmental Husbandry Manual

Based on techniques used at Edinburgh Zoo

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  Minimum Standards for Wildlife Rehabilitation Third Edition

(National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association & International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council1)

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Bears Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan

(IUCN - The World Conservation Union)

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Guidelines for transport and preparation for shipment of live wild animals and plants

(CITES)

 

Nutrient Composition of Whole Vertebrate Prey (Excluding Fish) Fed in Zoos

(USDA)

 

Orphan Bear Cubs Rehabilitation and Release Guidelines

(WSPA)

 

 

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Marine Wildlife Guidelines

Oil Spill Response Plan for Polar Bears in Alaska

(U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

Status of the polar bear

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Polar Bear Nutrition Guidelines

(Polar Bears International & AZA Bear TAG)

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Polar Bear Protection Regulation

(Queen’s Printer for Manitoba, Canada 2)

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Standardized Animal Care Guidelines Polar Bear (Ursus maritimus)

(Association of Zoos and Aquariums)

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Acknowledgements

The Electronic Library has been made available with the kind permission of the originators of these publications, with whom full copyright rests. Please note, the books and documents listed above have been reproduced in an unabridged format and information contained within these publications remains the sole responsibility of the publishers. The Wildpro project cannot guarantee the accuracy of the data and accepts no responsibility for the application of the information contained within.

Note: More recent versions may be available for some of these documents; please check with the relevant organisations to see if more up-to-date information exists.

1 Copyrighted material reprinted with permission of the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association and the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council from Minimum Standards for Wildlife Rehabilitation, 3rd edition, 2000.

2. These materials are reproduced under the permission of the Queen’s Printer for Manitoba. The Queen’s Printer for Manitoba does not warrant the accuracy or currency of the reproduction of this material.

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