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Managing Animal Behaviour through Environmental Enrichment Iván Lozano-Ortega
Title - Summary - Content - Introduction - Chapter 1 - Chapter 2 - Chapter 3 - Chapter 4 - Chapter 5 - Chapter 6 - References
CONTENTS

Introduction

1. RESCUE AND REHABILITATION CENTRES IN LATIN AMERICA

1.1. Aims and Procedures.

1.2 Evaluation and Management of Animal Behaviour in Rescue and Rehabilitation Centres.

1.3 The DAMA Wildlife Rescue Centre in Bogotá, Colombia.

(Centro de Recepción de Fauna Silvestre de Engativá - DAMA).

2. COLOMBIAN SPECIES COMMONLY TRAFFICATED

3. WHAT BEHAVIOURS SHOULD BE MANAGED AT RESCUE AND REHABILITATION CENTRES?

3.1.Desirable behaviours

3.1.1. Behaviour categories

3.1.1.1. Non-social behaviours

3.1.1.2. Social behaviours

3.2. Abnormal behaviours

3.2.1. Related to movement

3.2.1.1. Stereotypies

3.2.2. Related to social behaviour

3.2.3. Related with Feeding

4. ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT.

4.1. Definition

4.2. Function

4.3. Uses

4.3.1 Uses in rehabilitation and rescue centres

4.4. Classification of enrichments

4.4.1. Physical Enrichment

4.4.1.1. Space

4.4.1.2. Furniture

4.4.2. Occupational devices

4.4.2.1. Manipulable objects

4.4.3. Feeding enrichment techniques

4.4.3.1. Novel food Items

4.4.3.2. Feeding enrichment devices

4.4.4. Senses enrichment

4.4.4.1. Smell

4.4.4.2. Auditive

4.4.5. Physiological needs enrichment

4.4.6. Social Enrichment

5. ENRICHMENT TECHNIQUES SUGGESTION

6. MEASURING BEHAVIOUR

REFERENCES

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