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Javelina on her Doorstep: Sarah Gorby's lifelong quest to save wildlife
Code: J1247
Authors: Lorna Kraemer and RaMar Gorby Orgeron
ISBN: 9780615518688
Paperback: 203 pages, 9" x 6".

Member Price: $12.78
Non-Member Price: $14.95

As the first licensed rehabilitator for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, Sarah Gorby was known to raise and release 90% of the animals she cared for, sending them back into the wild. Sarah's house became an "ark in the desert" filled with everything from bears and mountain lions to hawks and owls. Sarah lived a life few others would choose, but one that made a difference in her groundbreaking quest to rescue and restore Arizona wildlife. ^~Authors: Lorna Kraemer and RaMar Gorby Orgeron ^~ISBN: 9780615518688 ^~Paperback: 203 pages, 9" x 6".
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