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"TEXAS WILDLIFE"

Series by Bonnie Wroblewski

Dove Key Ranch Wildlife Rehabilitation, Inc.

Her website:
http://www.dovekeywildlife.org
Bonnie Wroblewski

Texas Wildlife

  • Twelve Days of Christmas: the Lone Star version 12-23-11

  • Twelve Days of Christmas: the Lone Star version - Part II 1-8-12

  • Twelve Days of Christmas: the Lone Star version - Part III 2-27-12

  • Striped Skunk 12-2-11

  • World Turtle Day -
    Top ten ways Texans can help our turtles and tortoises

  • Tip 1 5-23-11
  • Tip 2 5-25-11
  • Tip 3 5-26-11
  • Tip 4 5-27-11
  • Tip 5 5-28-11
  • Tip 6 6-1-11
  • Tip 7 6-6-11
  • Tip 8 6-11-11
  • Tip 9 6-16-11
  • Tip 10 6-20-11

  • Ornate Box Turtle 5-12-11

  • Barred Owl 4-6-11

  • Sandhill Crane 2-22-11

  • Pocket Gopher 1-16-11

  • Nine-banded Armadillo 5-28-10

  • Six-lined Racerunner 5-13-10

  • Red-spotted Toad 5-1-10


    Introduction

  • On Dove Key Ranch Wildlife Rehabilitation, Inc.

    Bonnie Wroblewski

    Wildlife rehabilitator Bonnie Wroblewski is founder and director of Dove Key Ranch Wildlife Rehabilitation, Inc. Graduating with a BS in Geology and Geophysics from Yale University in 2002, Wroblewski began graduate studies in paleo-ornithology at the University of Chicago only to discover her true calling in life as a wildlife rehabilitator following a summer internship at Willowbrook Wildlife Center in Glen Ellyn, IL. After working as a keeper at AZA-accredited Cosley Zoo (Wheaton, IL) and a wildlife rehabilitator at Willowbrook Wildlife Center, Wroblewski moved with her husband to Colorado County, TX and founded Dove Key Ranch Wildlife Rehabilitation, Inc. to care for the wildlife of southeast Texas as well as to educate the community on humane ways in which people can co-exist with their wild neighbors. Bonnie Wroblewski has also volunteered for the Brookfield Zoo (Brookfield, IL), Marine Mammal Conservancy (Key Largo, FL), International Crane Foundation (Baraboo, WI), Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society (TX and AR), and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/National Marine Fisheries Service sea turtle facility (Galveston, TX), and is a Texas state representative for Skunk Haven Skunk Rescue, Shelter, and Education, Inc.
    (http://www.skunkhaven.net).

    More information on Dove Key Ranch Wildlife Rehabilitation, Inc. can be viewed at:
    http://www.dovekeywildlife.org


    ©Bonnie Wroblewski
    April 2010

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