ANIMAL HOSPITAL Messinger Woods Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

Rising, Gerry
April 2004
New York State Conservationist;Apr2004, Vol. 58 Issue 5, p22
Presents information on the Messinger Woods Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (MWWRC) in Erie County, New York. Details on the establishment of MWWRC; Successes and failures faced by the staff of MWWRC in the treatment of several birds; Comments from Mike Olek, president and executive director of MWWRC, on the importance of nature conservation.


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