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Organisation / Event - Proceedings/Course Notes/ Lecture Notes The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council

Specific Paper/Workshop/Poster etc. References

Ref. Authors Year Title Proceeding/ course notes/lecture notes title Vol. Pages
P19.1.w3 Seddon, C. & Yates, P. 1988 Initial treatment of wildlife casualties Proceedings of the Inaugural Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 1 30-38
P19.1.w4 Goodman, J. 1988 Rearing orphaned young wild animals Proceedings of the Inaugural Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 1 39-46
P19.1.w5 Kirkwood, J.K. 1988 Artificially rearing wild mammals: rationale and techniques Proceedings of the Inaugural Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 1 47-57
P19.1.w6 Larmour, L.J. 1988 Hand Rearing Seal Pups at the Oban Sea Life Centre Proceedings of the Inaugural Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 1 58-63
P19.1.w7 Walsh, S.T. & Stebbings, R.E. 1988 Care and Rehabilitation of Wild Bats Proceedings of the Inaugural Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 1 64-72
P19.1.w8 Allen, R.L. 1988 Care and hand-raising of young red deer Proceedings of the Inaugural Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 1 73-82
P19.1.w9 Thomas, T. 1988 A diet for hand rearing passerines Proceedings of the Inaugural Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 1 83-87
P19.1.w10 Greenwood, A.G. 1988 Assessment of casualties for release Proceedings of the Inaugural Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 1 88-93
P19.1.w11 Harris, S 1988 The release of wild mammals after treatment: rationale, problems and techniques Proceedings of the Inaugural Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 1 94-108
P19.1.w12 Burton, P.J.K. 1988 Release of wild birds after treatment Proceedings of the Inaugural Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 1 109-114
P19.2.w1 Cooper, M. & Sinclair, D. 1989 Wildlife Rehabilitation and the law: an introduction Wildlife Rehabilitation - The New Science The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council's Second Symposium 2 63-65
P19.2.w2 Harris, S. & Jeffries, D. 1989 Working within the law: practical aspects of wildlife rehabilitation Wildlife Rehabilitation - The New Science The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council's Second Symposium 2 66-67
P19.2.w3 Coles, B. 1989 A veterinary surgeons approach to wildlife casualties Wildlife Rehabilitation - The New Science The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council's Second Symposium 2 68-69
P19.2.w4 Stocker, L. 1989 First aid - the life saver Wildlife Rehabilitation - The New Science The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council's Second Symposium 2 70-71
P19.2.w5 Howell, J. 1989 Wound management Wildlife Rehabilitation - The New Science The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council's Second Symposium 2 72-73
P19.2.w6 Munro, R. 1989 Zoonoses and wildlife Wildlife Rehabilitation - The New Science The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council's Second Symposium 2 74-75
P19.2.w7 Cooper, J.E. 1989 Reptiles and amphibians Wildlife Rehabilitation - The New Science The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council's Second Symposium 2 76-77
P19.2.w8 Baker, J. 1989 Natural causes of illness and death in wild grey seals Wildlife Rehabilitation - The New Science The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council's Second Symposium 2 78-79
P19.3.w1 Morris, P., Munn, S. & Craig-Wood, S. 1990 Released hedgehogs - can they cope? Letting Go- The Release of Wildlife Casualties. The Proceedings of the Third Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 3 9-14
P19.3.w2 Chapman, N. 1990 Deer: assessment, recovery, release and follow-up. Letting Go- The Release of Wildlife Casualties. The Proceedings of the Third Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 3 15-23
P19.3.w3 Green, R. 1990 Release Techniques for otters: theory and practice Letting Go- The Release of Wildlife Casualties. The Proceedings of the Third Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 3 24-30
P19.3.w4 Hogben, S. 1990 Preparation and release of common and grey seal pups. Letting Go- The Release of Wildlife Casualties. The Proceedings of the Third Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 3 31-33
P19.3.w5 Partridge, K. 1990 The need for ringing Letting Go- The Release of Wildlife Casualties. The Proceedings of the Third Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 3 34-41
P19.3.w6 Cooke, S. 1990 The release of Mute swans from captivity Letting Go- The Release of Wildlife Casualties. The Proceedings of the Third Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 3 42-51
P19.3.w7 Fenter, D.. 1990 The practicalities involved in the release of wild birds after treatment Letting Go- The Release of Wildlife Casualties. The Proceedings of the Third Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 3 52-57
P19.3.w8 Corbett, K. 1990 Rescue and relocation of British Reptiles Letting Go- The Release of Wildlife Casualties. The Proceedings of the Third Symposium of The British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council 3 58-60

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