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Background Information

Employment History

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Practice Manager

Safe Haven Veterinary Hospital

Zoo Director

Virginia Safari Park

Primary Care Provider

Baker Family Trust

Zoo Director

Abilene Reporter-News

Curator

Little Rock Zoo

Zoo Director

Frank Buck Zoo

Affiliations

Board Member
Turpentine Creek

Education

Bachelor of Science

Wildlife Management

West Texas State University

bachelor of science degree

wildlife management

West Texas A&M University

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William K. Baker, Jr.

Bill joined the team at Safe Haven as Practice Manager in 2014. He received his Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Management from West Texas State University in 1989 followed by his post-graduate work in Zoology. His areas of research are crisis management, zoological safety, and animal behavior, which draws upon his experience as a Wildlife Biologist, Zoologist, PADI Rescue Diver, AGFC and TPWD Hunter Safety Instructor, NRA Firearms Instructor, Safe Capture graduate, and Red Cross CPR/First Aid Instructor. He is also a member of Who's Who of Professional Management.
Bill has been active in the fields of wildlife management and zoology for 30 years, and has worked at numerous universities and zoological facilities in the Southwest. His experience includes positions as Lab and Museum Assistant, ERT Leader, Elephant and Marine Mammal Trainer, Large Mammal Keeper, Senior Keeper, Curator, and Director. He also operated a consulting and research firm specializing in exotic felid husbandry, ethology, environmental enrichment, and operant conditioning training. In addition, he was a contributing author to the AVMA Disaster Preparedness and Response Guide.
Bill has served on the AZA Antelope TAG, the Zoo Best Practices Working Group, the Maned Wolf SSP Management Committee, and was a contributing author to the Jaguar SSP Husbandry Manual and Associate Editor for the AAZK book "Resources for Crisis Management". He has also served as a Board Member for Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge. His hobbies include art, fishing, hiking, hunting, scuba diving, tactical pistol, writing fiction or cowboy poetry, and he first started riding horses when he was 10 years old and still loves old leathers, a good horse, and long trail rides with his wife Manuela.


Tales Of The Old West, Western Movies and Cowboy Poetry - Rope And Wire!

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Cowboy Poetry by William K. Baker Jr.

William received his Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Management from West Texas State University in 1989 followed by his post-graduate work in Zoology. His areas of research are crisis management, zoological safety, and animal behavior, which draws upon his experience as a Wildlife Biologist, Zoologist, PADI Rescue Diver, AGFC and TPWD Hunter Safety Instructor, NRA Firearms Instructor, Safe Capture graduate, and Red Cross CPR/First Aid Instructor. He is also a member of Who's Who of Professional Management.
William has been active in the fields of wildlife management and zoology for many years, and has worked at numerous universities and zoological facilities in the Southwest. His experience includes positions as Lab and Museum Assistant, ERT Leader, Elephant and Marine Mammal Trainer, Large Mammal Keeper, Senior Keeper, Curator, and Director. He also operates a consulting and research firm specializing in exotic felid husbandry, ethology, environmental enrichment, and training.
William has served on the AZA Antelope TAG, the Sanctuary Standards of Care And Operations work group, the Maned Wolf SSP Management Committee, and was a contributing author to the Jaguar SSP Husbandry Manual and Associate Editor for the AAZK book "Resources for Crisis Management". He has also served as a Board Member for Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge and first started riding horses when he was 10 years old and still loves old leathers, a good horse, and the high country.
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In the early morning darkness she rises, Lowering her feet to the floor, No stranger to pain or heartache, She wakes and moves for the horses sake,
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Bill Baker is the director of the Abilene Zoo.


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"This new addition provides a unique opportunity to learn more about Wetlands conservation and the efforts to support these animals in the wild," noted Abilene Zoo Director Bill Baker.

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