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Chris Tabaka

Veterinarian

Keep Michigan Wolves

HQ Phone:  (517) 993-5201

Email: c***@***.com

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Keep Michigan Wolves

5859 W. Michigan Ave. #202

Lansing, Michigan,48917

United States

Company Description

With fewer than 650 wolves left in Michigan and more than 50 years spent to recover them, it's time to Keep Michigan Wolves Protected. ... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

University of Florida


AZA


Staff Veterinarian

Binder Park Zoo


Staff Veterinarian

Memphis Zoo


Affiliations

World Chelonian Trust

Veterinary Advisor and Trustee


Association of Zoos and Aquariums

Veterinary Advisor


Turtle Survival Alliance

Founding Board Member


Michigan State University

Adjunct Faculty Member


Freshwater Turtle Specialists Group

Member


IUCN Tortoise

Member


Aquarium Chelonian Taxon Advisory Group

Veterinary Advisor


Education

DVM


Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree

Michigan State University


Doctor of Veterinary Medicine with honors degree

MSU


bachelors

biology

Michigan State University


Web References(140 Total References)


Endorsements | Keep Michigan Wolves Protected

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Chris Tabaka, DVM


Biographies of the World Chelonian Trust Trustees

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Chris Tabaka DVM - Veterinary Advisor / Trustee


Binder Park Zoo

www.binderparkzoo.org [cached]

Binder Park Zoo presents a discussion on the Kalamazoo River Oil Spill with Dr. Chris Tabaka
December 8, 2010 Binder Park Zoo and Battle Creek Brigham Audubon are welcoming special guest speaker Dr. Chris Tabaka, turtle expert and Binder Park Zoo’s Staff Veterinarian on Wednesday, December 8th at 7:00pm. This unique presentation will give guests a one-of-a-kind, behind the scenes, start to finish look into the Kalamazoo River Oil Spill and how it affected wildlife in our own backyards. A graduate of Michigan State University, Dr. Tabaka received a Bachelors of Science in Biology and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree with honors from the college of veterinary medicine. He has been in the field of zoo medicine for sixteen years including working at the Toledo Zoo, Memphis Zoo, and Detroit Zoo. Since early 2007, he has worked as the Staff Veterinarian at Binder Park Zoo. Dr. Tabaka taught turtle and tortoise medicine and husbandry in China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore as well as multiple forums throughout the United States. He is a founding board member for the World Chelonian Trust and the Turtle Survival Alliance. He is also a member of the international IUCN Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialists Group based in Switzerland. In addition, he operates as a veterinary advisor for the Association of Zoos and Aquarium Chelonian Taxon Advisory Group, lectures annually at Michigan State University, and is an adjunct faculty member in the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine. Most recently, Dr. Tabaka has been the leading reptile and amphibian expert at the Wildlife Response Center in Marshall which was organized immediately following the oil spill. He has assisted in rehabilitating and releasing over 2000 reptiles and amphibians since the oil spill occurred during the summer of 2010 and is currently overseeing the medical care of almost 500 further animals.


Chelonian Research Foundation » Chelonian Conservation and Biology

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Chris Tabaka, Binder Park Zoo, Battle Creek, Michigan, USA


Reports & Papers - Asian Turtle Conservation Network

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Report by Chris Tabaka, of the Detroit Zoological Institute, looking in to the different methods that can be utilized to sex Batagur depending on the age of the specimen in question.


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