To ensure that wildlife has lifesaving options in HASS model.


Jordana Moerbe
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Lauren Hamlett

Allison Harper
Andy Blue
April Huntsman
April Moore
Carly Padilla
Eliza Torres
Heather Cammisa
John Griffin
Jordana Moerbe
Kate Rugroden
Katie Kefalos
Lauren DuBois
Lauren Hamlett
Liz Blake
Maria Pyrdek
Mike Wheeler


Then Wildlife group has recruited several new members this month and we are working in subgroups now to complete our deliverables: Facility Audit, Social Media Calendar, Medical Care formulary, and an overarching Response Process and Tools resource. We are hoping to be done April 15th!

The Wildlife group is working on two deliverables. One is a guide for shelter veterinarians to follow when they are presented with ill or injured wildlife. The second document is going to be an educational document but we are still discussing what the most helpful information would be.

The Wildlife group is breaking up into two sub-groups and creating beginners “how to” on intake care and intake prevention. Each of the subgroups are led by subject matter experts.

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The Wildlife group has been working on guiding principals that fall in line with the mission statement and has also completed a survey for tier 1 and tier 2 shelters. We had a new member from the Pasadena Humane Wildlife Program join the group and Project Wildlife (with SDHS did a presentation for the group). Both of these shelters are open admission shelters with a wildlife program so their knowledge has been extremely helpful to the group.

In the Wildlife Working Group we just completed a survey and will be starting the question/hypothesis process. We have had very insightful discussions about native, non-native, and exotic species and how shelters have historically handled them and what types of certifications, licenses, and training are available.

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