Congratulations to Dr. Pauline Delnatte
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Pauline Delnatte, currently staff veterinarian at CWHC Quebec Regional Centre, recently obtained the position of veterinarian at the Toronto Zoo. Although the staff of CWHC Quebec is sad to see Pauline leave, we wish her well in this new professional challenge that will start at the end of March. The Toronto Zoo, the largest zoo in Canada, participates in numerous wildlife conservation programs, often involving captive breeding and re-introduction programs of key Canadian species (such as black footed ferret, trumpeter swan and Vancouver Island marmot). Dr. Delnatte will therefore be able to continue her professional contribution toward wildlife conservation in Canada. We take this opportunity to thank Pauline for her work over the last year and a half with us.
A video of Dr. Delnatte performing a post-mortem examination on a seal can be viewed here:
For more information on the Toronto Zoo Conservation Program:
Submitted by Stéphane Lair, CWHC Quebec