Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital Foundation Vet Dr Bree Talbot with a koala patient
Sydney wildlife and exotic animal veterinarian Dr Bree Talbot will join the team of specialist wildlife vets creating Australia’s largest Mobile Wildlife Hospital.
Dr Bree was appointed to the high profile position for her demonstrated expertise and experience treating high volumes of wildlife and exotic species with high quality, specialist care.
“I’m really looking forward to joining such an experienced team of specialist wildlife veterinarians committed to giving vulnerable wildlife all the treatment they need to get them back into the wild where they belong,” said Bree.
Dr Bree joins Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital from the University of Sydney’s Avian Reptile And Exotic Pet Hospital where she has specialised in the medical care of exotic pets and wildlife including koalas, wombats, reptiles and many different bird species. She has a keen interest in wildlife medicine and is a Member and Examiner of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Unusual pet medicine and surgery.
“Dr Bree is a talented and extremely compassionate specialist vet,” said Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital Founder and CEO Dr Stephen Van Mil. “
These qualities and her experience working in bushfire-affected areas to treat badly injured animals made her the perfect person to run our Mobile Wildlife Hospital. We couldn’t be happier that she’s joined us.”