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Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota

Roseville, Minnesota

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Broadreach Adventures, LLC

Raleigh, North Carolina

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Fargo, North Dakota

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Novelty, Ohio

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Urbana, Illinois

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Humane Animal Welfare Society (HAWS)

Waukesha, Wisconsin

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5280 Veterinary Care

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American Veterinary Medical Association

Schaumburg, Illinois

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Sierra Veterinary Hospital

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Regional Animal Services of King County

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Clackamas, Oregon

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Clackamas, Oregon

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Necropsy Volunteer
Study the anatomy of wild birds, mammals, and herptiles while developing your skills in performing necropsies! The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota is the world’s busiest wildlifehospital. Admitting over 18,000 patients annually, we treat over 200 species! Necropsies performed at WRC provide important information about causes of death, pathology, and husbandry to help future cases and advance wildlife medicine. Volunteers work alone or in pairs to perform post-mortem examinations and enter findings into records for veterinarian review. 

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