Philip Jenni–Executive Director of the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota

by | Apr 11, 2005

Philip Jenni, Executive Director of the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota–which, with a staff of 14 & 400-plus volunteers, cares for injured, ill & orphaned wildlife, treating over 8000 “patients” last year–discusses the history of the Center (founded in 1979 by a group of vet students at the University of Minnesota…now an independent non-profit), the evolution & growth of the facility (now one of the largest of its kind in the country), the Center’s guiding philosophical principles, and some of the Center’s current and recent patients, including Trumpeter Swans, a woodchuck, green herons, and a bobcat. []

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COMEDY CORNER: Bill Engvall’s’ “Whale Watching”  []
MUSIC: Loudon Wainwright III’s “Animal Song, “The Hollywood Flames’ “Buzz Buzz Buzz” instrumentals
NAME THAT ANIMAL TUNE: Prince’s  “When Doves Cry”

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