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Angela Yang

For the past 18 years, Angela has worked with animals in captivity at the Stanley Park Zoo (Vancouver), Dallas Zoo (Texas), and Disney’s Animal Kingdom (Florida). Her interests are in animal behaviour and she has worked closely with African ungulates for many years. More recently, Angela has been involved with in situ programs in Africa, South America and Australia. She has been traveling to Peru to organize a program called “Zookeepers Without Borders” for the Detroit Zoo. Angela graduated from the University of British Columbia with a B.Sc. in wildlife management/animal behaviour. She joined the Field Veterinary Program as the assistant coordinator in May 2003.

Angela Yang

Program Assistant
WCS – Field Veterinary Program
2300 Southern Blvd.
Bronx, NY 10460 USA

(Tel) 1-718-220-5892
(Fax) 1-718-220-7126

ayang@wcs.org

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