Appointment at the Ends of the World: Memoirs of a Wildlife Veterinarian (3 Cassettes) by William B. Karesh, Jim Bond
What do you get when you take Indiana Jones, mix in a dash of Marlon Perkins and a bit of Jack Hanna, add just a pinch of Doctor Doolittle, and blend vigorously? Dr. William Karesh, D.V.M., wildlife veterinarian and adventurer extraordinaire.
From the jungles of the Amazon, to the golden savannas of Africa, to the rocky and unforgiving shores of Patagonia, Dr. Karesh manages an extraordinary medical practice. A healer of international renown, his patients are often as ferociously-toothed as they are difficult to subdue. As creator and head of the one-of-a-kind International Field Veterinary Program for the Wildlife Conservation Society, Karesh's days and nights are devoted to the catching of crocodiles, the examining of orangutans, and the tagging of tigers. An adventurer whose commitment to conservation is as fierce as the landscapes and animals he encounters, his exploits put fictional characters to shame.
Dr. Karesh is trained in behavorial ecology and veterinary medicine, and has worked at the San Diego Zoo and the Seattle Zoo. With more than sixty scientific articles under his belt, he is an internationally recognized authority in his fields.