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The Center for Birds of Prey

The Center For Birds Of Prey 4719 Highway 17N

Awendaw, South Carolina 29429

United States

Company Description

The Avian Conservation Center (Center for Birds of Prey) is the premier avian organization in the region and home to more than 50 species of raptors, including owls, hawks, eagles, ospreys, falcons, kites and others birds. Educational tours teach visitors ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Consulting Veterinarian

Edisto Island Serpentarium

Owner

Birds & Exotic Animal Klinic

Affiliations

Board Member
The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners Inc

Board Member
International Center for Birds of Prey

Education

Kansas State University

Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine

DVM

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Jose Biascoechea, DVM, ...

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Jose Biascoechea, DVM, Dipl. ABVP (Avian Practice) jose pic

Dr. Biascoechea graduated from Kansas State University and maintained a mobile veterinary practice for 7 years prior to founding Birds and Exotics Animal Care in July 2000.
He is staff veterinarian for The Center for Birds of Prey and provides consulting services for the South Carolina Aquarium. He attends continuing education seminars several times a year to keep up with the latest developments in avian and exotic medicine.
He was certified by the ABVP as a Diplomate in Avian Practice in November of 2011 and is currently the only board-certified avian veterinarian in the state. He is also a Category II USDA-APHIS accredited veterinarian. When not in the clinic he can often be found windsurfing or racing sailboats in the harbor.
Dr. Biascoechea in the news! 11/24/14 - Dr. Biascoechea made the front page of the Post & Courier, or at least his hands did, for his work with the lead-poisoned bald eagle 11/18/14 - Dr. Biascoechea removed toxic lead pellet ingested by a bald eagle 12/18/11 - Dr. Biascoechea is featured in the Post and Courier's Pet News 10/20/11 - Dr. Biascoechea is interviewed by Live 5 News 10/01/10 - Dr. Biascoechea is featured in an article in Lowcountry Parent magazine 12/27/07 - Dr. Biascoechea removed injured flipper from sea turtle 7/18/07 - Dr. Biascoechea removed fishhook from another Kemp's ridley turtle 7/06/07 - Dr. Biascoechea removed fishhook from Kemp's ridley turtle


Doctors and Staff - Exotic Vet Care

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Jose Biascoechea, DVM, Dipl. ABVP (Avian Practice)
Dr. Biascoechea graduated from Kansas State University and maintained a mobile veterinary practice for 7 years prior to founding Birds and Exotics Animal Care in July 2000.
He is staff veterinarian for The Center for Birds of Prey and provides consulting services for the South Carolina Aquarium. He attends continuing education seminars several times a year to keep up with the latest developments in avian and exotic medicine.
He was certified by the ABVP as a Diplomate in Avian Practice in November of 2011 and is currently the only board-certified avian veterinarian in the state. He is also a Category II USDA-APHIS accredited veterinarian. When not in the clinic he can often be found windsurfing or racing sailboats in the harbor.
Dr. Biascoechea in the news!
11/24/14 - Dr. Biascoechea made the front page of the Post & Courier, or at least his hands did, for his work with the lead-poisoned bald eagle
11/18/14 - Dr. Biascoechea removed toxic lead pellet ingested by a bald eagle
12/18/11 - Dr. Biascoechea is featured in the Post and Courier's Pet News
10/20/11 - Dr. Biascoechea is interviewed by Live 5 News
10/01/10 - Dr. Biascoechea is featured in an article in Lowcountry Parent magazine
12/27/07 - Dr. Biascoechea removed injured flipper from sea turtle
7/18/07 - Dr. Biascoechea removed fishhook from another Kemp's ridley turtle
7/06/07 - Dr. Biascoechea removed fishhook from Kemp's ridley turtle
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Dr. Biascoechea at ICARE


LafeberVet Contributors « LafeberVet.com

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Dr. Jose Biascoechea

Dr. Jose Biascoechea is board-certified in avian medicine and surgery. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, he proceeded with his graduate studies in Kansas State University and maintained a mobile veterinary practice for seven years before founding Birds and Exotics Animal Care in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina since July 2000. He also serves as a staff veterinarian for The Center for Birds of Prey, provides relief services for the South Carolina Aquarium, and consults for Edisto Island Serpentarium.
Read Pallor and Anemia in the Ferret reviewed by Dr. Biascoechea.
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Jose Biascoechea


Staff

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Jose Biascoechea, DVM, Dipl. ABVP (Avian Specialty)

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Dr. Biascoechea graduated from Kansas State University and maintained a mobile veterinary practice for 7 years prior to founding Birds and Exotics Animal Care in July 2000. He is staff veterinarian for The Center for Birds of Prey and provides consulting services for the South Carolina Aquarium. He attends continuing education seminars several times a year to keep up with the latest developments in avian and exotic medicine. He was certified by the ABVP as a Diplomate in Avian Practice in November of 2011 and is currently the only board-certified avian veterinarian in the state. When not in the clinic he can often be found windsurfing or racing sailboats in the harbor.
Dr. Biascoechea in the news!
12/18/11 - Dr. Biascoechea isfeatured in the Post and Courier's Pet News
10/20/11 - Dr. Biascoechea isinterviewed by Live 5 News
10/01/10 - Dr. Biascoechea isfeatured in an article in Lowcountry Parent magazine
12/27/07 - Dr. Biascoechea removed injured flipper from sea turtle
7/18/07 - Dr. Biascoechea removed fishhook from another Kemp's ridley turtle


Staff

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Jose Biascoechea, DVM

Dr. Biascoechea has an avid interest in birds and exotic animals, and maintained a mobile veterinary practice for 7 years prior to opening Birds and Exotics Animal Care. He is staff veterinarian for The Center for Birds of Prey. He provides consulting services for the South Carolina Aquarium. He attends continuing education seminars several times a year to keep up with the latest developments in avian and exotic medicine.

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