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Review for "Wild Times, Tales from Suburban Safaris"Recommended reading for animal rights activistsBy Midwest Book Review on September 8, 2002Format: PaperbackWritten by an experienced animal control handler of exotic wildlife Tim Harrison, Wild Times: Tales From Suburban Safaris is an amazing collection of true life anecdotes and candidly personal stories. From rescuing alligators, to rehabilitating birds of prey, to dealing with lions in city streets, and more, Wild Times is the fascinating true chronicle of a man with a unique love of wildlife, and is charged with the sometime difficult duty of protecting both humans and wild animals from one another. Wild Times is very entertaining and especially recommended reading for animal rights activists and wildlife enthusiasts.OverviewTim Harrison has been called to remove bears from apartments, lions from city streets, bats from swimming pools, pythons from workshops, and cougars from backyards. He has met, and rescued, alligators from local rivers, farm ponds, pet stores and basements. He has raised a Bengal tiger and has mothered wolves. Pythons call his Springboro address home. Yet Wild Times, a collection of his wildest "suburban safaris", wasn't written to compete with reality TV. The stories are hair-raising, and sometimes frightening. But Tim's goal is to let people know of the growing chance that they'll be coming across an exotic or local wild animal as their population increases in suburbs across the country. Harrison is a twenty-year veteran police officer, firefighter, and EMT-paramedic for the City of Oakwood in Montgomery County, Ohio. His popular speaking programs are legendary. Finally, he's wrestled his stories between the covers of a book.
Review for "Wildlife Warrior, More Tales from Suburban Safaris"By JEM on August 15, 2010Format: Paperback Verified PurchaseI used this book as a source for a persuasive speech in my college public speaking class. I found myself reading the stories instead of writing my speech, so it's a very interesting book.Read the reviews of this amazing book by clicking on the link below.http://bandocats.org/blog/?p=6710
The Elephant in the Living RoomOutreach for Animals’ work was recently highlighted in the award winning documentary The Elephant in the Living Room. Director Michael Webber explores the controversial subculture of exotic pets by chronicling the lives of two men at the heart of the issue – Tim Harrison and lion owner Terry Brumfield. Check out this dvd packed with extras and special features.
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Help the CauseOutreach for Animals is solely funded by donations from supporters like yourself. Our tireless mission would be impossible without your help. Please consider making a tax deductible donation today in order to improve the life of an animal tomorrow.Click Here to donate to the cause. Thank you for your generous support.See the FilmOur work was recently highlighted in the award winning documentary The Elephant in the Living Room. Director Michael Webber explores the controversial subculture of exotic pets by chronicling the lives of two men at the heart of the issue - Tim Harrison and lion owner Terry Brumfield. See the film on iTunes, Netflix, Amazon.com and where movies are sold.Genesis Award WinnerAwarded by The Humane Society of the United States, film director Michael Webber and Tim Harrison received the prestigious Genesis Award for bringing national awareness to the issue of captive wild animals. Click Here to watch a clip from the Animal Planet broadcast.