Hannah McDougall · Wildlife Rehabilitator

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Hannah graduated from the University of Delaware in 2017 with a degree in Wildlife Conservation and Ecology and a minor in Biological Sciences. She was introduced to the field of wildlife rehabilitation through an internship at the Mercer County Wildlife Center, where she later became a staff member. While completing her degree, she learned the ins and outs of wildlife rehab, working with songbirds, foxes, deer, and her favorite, raccoons!

During her time as an undergraduate, she also interned at the Conservators Center in North Carolina, where she gained experience with exotic animals like lions, tigers, and leopards.

After graduation, she relocated from her home in Hamilton New Jersey to follow her passions to Pelican Harbor, where everyday she continues to fall even more in love with wildlife.