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Conservation #3: Looking after the little guys - rehabilitating Africa's smaller wildlife

March 05, 2019
Tales Less Told - unconventional lives in Africa & beyond
Conservation #3: Looking after the little guys - rehabilitating Africa's smaller wildlife
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Tales Less Told - unconventional lives in Africa & beyond
Conservation #3: Looking after the little guys - rehabilitating Africa's smaller wildlife
Mar 05, 2019
Tales Less Told
Nicci Wright explains the Johannesburg Wildlife Veterinary Hospital's role in rehabilitating injured African wildlife
Show Notes

The Johannesburg Wildlife Veterinary Hospital plays a key role in treating and rehabilitating injured indigenous African medium and small wildlife, free of charge. Some of the species we treat include: bats, owls, raptors, mongoose, pangolin, meerkat, serval, genet, hedgehogs, bush babies, garden birds, water birds and otter – to name but a few.

In this episode Nicci Wright talks about the special work they do.

http://www.johannesburgwildlifevet.com
https://www.facebook.com/johannesburgwildlifevet/

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