Animal Hospital: Rescuing Urban Wildlife

Compelling images and engaging text pair together to describe the work of the Toronto Wildlife Centre, articulating the reasons wildlife may need rescue or treatment, explaining the rescue centre and strategies used, and guiding readers to understand how to deal with wildlife that may need help while providing ideas for how to help—such as through volunteer actions and future careers. In the Grade 3–7 classroom, the resource can be read aloud by the teacher or independently by students to support research about animals, human impacts on the environment, and careers in animal husbandry.
Biodiversity
animal rehabilitation
adaptations
Author/Publisher/Website
Coey, J.
Primary Identifier
9781770855717
Subject
Career Education