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Wildlife Rehab Mew Plans

Discussion in 'Pre-Veterinary' started by Mylez, Mar 23, 2007.

  1. Mylez

    Mylez Member
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    Hey,

    Since I know a few of you here do/are involved with wildlife rehabilitation, I was wondering if any of you could point out some websites/books that have plans for building avian mews for rehabilitation purposes.

    We are looking at building a flight barn, potentially up to eagle standards, as well as have a few extra, smaller mews that allow for limited flight for building up to a move to the flight barn. I've been searching for a few days now and I haven't had any promising leads.

    Thanks in advance!

    Also, if you have a material list to go along with it that would be even better. :>
     
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  3. zygote

    zygote Class of 2011
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    I don't know of any particular websites that display that information but you might try e-mailing someone maybe from IWRC or Audubon and they can probably provide some info.
     
  4. twosoakers

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    That's a good idea. When I took the Basic Rehab course at Murray State, KY, they showed various slides of different mews, but wouldn't let me download the material due to copyrights. I know that they would pass on the info of the rehabilitators who constructed them.

    You also might want to email the NWRA.
     

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