Field Notes: Life seeming a little
dull lately? Finding that you have too much time on your hands?
Lacking companionship? Why not adopt or rescue
an animal? Not only are there dog rescues, there are also,
horse, bird, and cat rescues, to name a few. Don't have the time
or the room for a pet? Well then maybe you can donate time or
money to your local animal
shelter? Or volunteer at a wildlife organization?
If you are really serious about making a difference and are willing
to invest a lot of time and love, give some thought to being a
foster parent or trainer for an organization that trains pets
for assisting the disabled.
Invest some of your time and your love in an animal today, you
will get a great return on your investment!!
Did you know about these Wisconsin web sites?
Home page of Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources. Great
source of information on laws and regulations concerning Wisconsin's
wildlife and natural resources. Thinking about taking your dog with
you to a state park? Check here for pet
regulations before going!
International Crane Foundation
Did you know that the International Crane Foundation is located
right here in Wisconsin? Take a look at their home page and learn
more about this amazing organization, whose main mission is the
preservation of cranes around the world.
Headquartered in Chilton, Kaytee is internationally known for their
research into nutritional needs of pet and wild birds. Their Avian
Foundation and Education Center are wonderful resources dedicated
to promoting the awareness, understanding, and conservation of birds
and animals both as companions and an integral part of our natural
NEW Zoo (North
Eastern Wisconsin Zoo)
Visit the NEW Zoo's cool home page. Want to see what is going on
at the zoo right now? Check out their new Web
The Timber Wolf Information Network is a non-profit organization
that relies on volunteers to educate people on the conservation
of the Timber Wolf.
Look here to find local animal shelters throughout the state of
Thinking about getting a dog? Well then why not rescue a dog? This
site lists all the dog rescues in Wisconsin. You can choose a specific
breed or browse through the many photos of great dogs in need of
a home. You might find it hard to try to limit yourself to just
Wisconsin Regional Primate
Learn more about UW Wisconsin Madison's renowned primate program.
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Look here for more interesting sites from your home state.
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