Brazil Research Leads to New Path: A Milwaukee County Zoo staffer joins a Jaguar Conservation Fund study in Brazil
Tammy Patterson, a veterinary technician at the Milwaukee County Zoo, captured wolves, fox and other carnivores in Brazil to do health exams. It’s part of an ongoing study by the Jaguar Conservation Fund to determine the best ways to help many animals survive. The project inspired Patterson to make a major career change.
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Animal(s) being conserved/studied: Maned wolves, jaguars, hoary fox and other carnivores
Alive issue: Fall 2007
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