Australia has 34 species of raptors, including species that are active during both the day and night.
Birds of prey require dedicated rehabilitation in order to be successfully released to the wild. Unlike other birds, they have more strict requirements for housing and do pose a higher risk for injury to their handler. As such, in most states of Australia, the carer that can rehabilitate these birds may be restricted by permit. This texts covers housing, feeding, common presentations of raptors.
A detailed knowledge of the lifestyles of the various species of raptors is critical for their successful rehabilitation.
This manual has over 100 colour pages with more than 130 images.
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