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Joey Solimine | On Improving Wildlife Rehabilitation of Amazonian & Neo-Tropical species

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" It is not enough to rescue these animals from illegal trafficking. They must be given the opportunity to recover properly. They must be given a real chance at survival, not just at a rescue station, but back in the wild, where they can contribute to genetic diversity and the continuation of their species in these areas. ~ Joey, founder, Jungle Rescue Reform"

Joey Solimine, is a veterinary nurse, wildlife conservationist, and the founder of the Jungle Rescue Reform, Joey studied Animal Science and Pre-Veterinary Medicine at Rutgers University and is currently studying Wildlife Conservation Biology through Unity College of Maine.She travels to wildlife rehabilitation centers across Central and South America, predominantly in the Amazon region, where she helps rehabilitate, medically care for, research and eventually release wildlife victims of illegal pet trade. She has been traveling to and working in the jungle doing research on ethical wildlife rehabilitation practices, controversies, and successful rehabilitation, with a focus on primate behavior.Her goal is to help build on what we know about rehabilitating wildlife that were once held as pets or used as tourist attractions, especially primates.

Her organization " Jungle Rescue Reform " aims to help bring funding and support to wildlife rescue centers operating in remote parts of the world, with a focus on the Amazon rainforest, they also aim to advocate for locals who run these sanctuaries, and to bridge the gaps that exist between the experts and the professionals; the science and the first hand experience of those native to those jungle areas.Visit 👉🏾Jungle Rescue Reform www.junglerescuereform.org & find Joey ⁠@joey.of.the.jungle⁠

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" It is not enough to rescue these animals from illegal trafficking. They must be given the opportunity to recover properly. They must be given a real chance at survival, not just at a rescue station, but back in the wild, where they can contribute to genetic diversity and the continuation of their species in these areas. ~ Joey, founder, Jungle Rescue Reform"

Joey Solimine, is a veterinary nurse, wildlife conservationist, and the founder of the Jungle Rescue Reform, Joey studied Animal Science and Pre-Veterinary Medicine at Rutgers University and is currently studying Wildlife Conservation Biology through Unity College of Maine.She travels to wildlife rehabilitation centers across Central and South America, predominantly in the Amazon region, where she helps rehabilitate, medically care for, research and eventually release wildlife victims of illegal pet trade. She has been traveling to and working in the jungle doing research on ethical wildlife rehabilitation practices, controversies, and successful rehabilitation, with a focus on primate behavior.Her goal is to help build on what we know about rehabilitating wildlife that were once held as pets or used as tourist attractions, especially primates.

Her organization " Jungle Rescue Reform " aims to help bring funding and support to wildlife rescue centers operating in remote parts of the world, with a focus on the Amazon rainforest, they also aim to advocate for locals who run these sanctuaries, and to bridge the gaps that exist between the experts and the professionals; the science and the first hand experience of those native to those jungle areas.Visit 👉🏾Jungle Rescue Reform www.junglerescuereform.org & find Joey ⁠@joey.of.the.jungle⁠

Music :

Joystick | shiny new kicks

John Bartmann | african moon

--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/whatareyoudoinghere/message
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