Michael the Wildlife Detective

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Overview
When critters crawl into your home, don’t fret! Call Michael the wildlife detective. He uses his special investigative skills to figure out which animals have decided to make your house their own and how to safely and humanely stop them in their tracks. Author Michael Birt, a wildlife biologist, shares with readers the importance of treating wild animals and nature with respect and kindness—even when they end up in unnatural spaces and cause inconvenience for their human neighbors. He highlights the importance of finding compassionate solutions to pesky problems and explains why some animals may wander from their wild homes into our own.
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ISBN: 9781455626755
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Pelican Publishing
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State: Louisiana
Images: 32
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 8.5 (w) x 11 (h)
Author
Michael Birt earned a degree in wildlife and fisheries science from Texas A&M University and a master’s in agriculture from Tarleton State University. He is founder and president of ResearchWild!, a wildlife conservation project, and owner of Lycan 360, LLC, which specializes in humane removal of wildlife from homes and businesses in the New Orleans area. With a passion for wildlife conservation, he has spent time studying land, wildlife, and marine management in Australia, Fiji, Botswana, and South Africa. He has worked as a zookeeper at the Fort Worth Zoo and as an animal care specialist at Fossil Rim Wildlife Center, recognized for its endangered species breeding program. Illustrator Emilie Pitre graduated from Louisiana State University with a degree in studio and digital art. A digital analyst and graphic artist, she also illustrates character commissions and family and pet portraits.
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