Can answer On Subjects: Care of orphan / injured birds especially Starlings and House Sparrows/Finches. Care of most small seed, fruit and insect eating birds. Care of some reptiles. Non-Toxic species only. Specifically worked with constrictors (Rosy Boas) and common 'garden' snakes such as as rat and Gopher snakes, Florida Tortoises and Florida and mid-western US box turtles Cannot instruct individuals to care for themselves (long term): Federally protected species
Lifelong experience doing hands on and self-motivated research on animal care.
Game and Wildlife specialist; State of Florida (certified)1980's-1990's
Veterinary tech for a State University school of Veterinary Medicine 1980's-1900's
Volunteer Wildlife Centers and Veterinary offices in emergency and orphaned baby bird care 2000-now
Online organizations/group dedicated to wildlife care
College On the job certification and education (State University) Volunteer with large Audubon group for the rescue of tortoise habitat Life-long volunteer in wildlife care.