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Subject   [자료] 야생동물 재활에 있어 최소기준

The Minimum Standards for Wildlife Rehabilitation (Minimum Standards) is a document created by and for wildlife rehabilitators. This document is intended to help increase the number of rehabilitated wildlife that are successfully returned to wild populations by providing: a) standards and guidelines for care; b) a mechanism for self-evaluation; and c) recommendations and information regarding wildlife care. All rehabilitators are encouraged to explore and understand the principles underlying these standards, and to apply them in the everyday care of wild animals. This document is not intended to be an enforcement program. Each state or province may or may not have its own requirements for rehabilitation activities and facilities. Permit requirements vary and are not necessarily related to this document. Some state and provincial agencies, however, use this document when establishing permit programs. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service uses the information contained in this document as part of the Standard Conditions attached to rehabilitation permits for migratory birds and endangered species. The Minimum Standards is not a static textbook, but a living document that changes constantly as the field of wildlife rehabilitation grows and improves, and as the needs of individual animals demand. The procedures and cage sizes described herein have been developed by experienced wildlife rehabilitators, and are considered to be MINIMUM standards - i.e., more detailed procedures or larger cages are certainly acceptable and encouraged! Because wildlife patients undergoing rehabilitation are individuals, each with different injuries and unique behaviors, recommended cage sizes and techniques may not apply to every case. The wildlife rehabilitator is encouraged to alter techniques for housing, pre-release conditioning and other aspects of the rehabilitation process, so long as basic natural history, comfort, and hygiene needs are met. Cage dimensions can be modified to accommodate special needs of the facility, animal or new advancements in the field. These Minimum Standards do NOT apply to animals kept beyond the normal scope of wildlife rehabilitation. Animals that are kept for educational, display, or captive breeding purposes have different housing requirements based on the needs of the individual. Those specific needs are not addressed in this document.

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