Max Lipman is a Certified Wildlife Rehabilitator through the International Wildlife Rehabilitators Council. He has spent the past 4 years full-time treating and caring for native animal species of all types in California and Colorado. Max comes to Think Wild in March 2019 from Lindsay Wildlife Museum in Walnut Creek, California - where 6,000 injured and sick wildlife patients are admitted annually.
Max has specialized most recently in the care of hummingbirds and raccoons, and emergency and critical care in the clinic, as well as the training of volunteers and staff.
‘I’m looking forward to building Think Wild’s wildlife rehabilitation hospital, providing the best possible care to each patient, and progressing the field of wildlife rehabilitation. I’m really excited for the opportunity to help build Think Wild as a hub for conservation and wildlife rehabilitation in Central Oregon.’