Spring is a busy time at the Wildlife Care Clinic. Erica Eaves can attest to that. Early in April she spent one 10-hour day working with veterinarians trying to save a bobcat. The bobcat had been hit by a car and both its rear legs and pelvis were fractured, Eaves says. “We spent most of the day with the bobcat, but it didn’t make it. Its wounds were several days old.”
"Swabbing An Owl And Other Tales Of Wildlife Care,"
STORIES in Agriculture and Life Sciences: Vol. 4
, Article 10.
Available at: http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/stories/vol4/iss1/10