Applied Zoopharmacognosy with Caroline Ingraham working with a family of Brown Bears.
Caroline setting up enrichment in the bear enclosure.
Caroline Ingraham, primate enrichment using Applied Zoopharmacognosy
This film shows Caroline working with traumatised primates using Applied Zoopharmacognosy at a sanctuary in the UK
This is a video clip of Caroline’s work providing enrichment for a couple of snow leopards. The information gained, will hopefully help wildlife rescue sanctuaries around the world.
This film about the treatment of an aggressive ram was taken as part of BBC TV programme
Shimba was the first orphaned elephant I worked with at The Sheldrick Trust.
This video is about Sinya, a rescued elephant calf at the Sheldrick Trust in Kenya. Severely wounded and having been trapped in putrid well water, her prognosis was not good. This video shows how Caroline worked with Sinya and the results that were achieved through Applied Zoopharmacognosy.
I worked with these Snow Leopards not only to provide meaningful enrichment for them, but in the hope that it will help with rehabilitation and conservation efforts in rescue sanctuaries around the world. To see the full footage please go to the video library.
Initially the assessments were made in their holding pen. I then used this information to enrich their main enclosure with nutrients and plant extracts. To summarise: The male bear selected a lot of birch, which is often selected for pain relief (birch is similar in its chemical makeup to aspirin), the infant needed fennel, a digestive, and the mother selected hormonal remedies. One immediate …
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