Wild about exotics: Biology grad founds local animal rescue
For 2011 biology grad Jamie Kozloski, taking work home with her has taken on a whole new meaning. Kozloski, in fact, rooms with those for whom she cares — exotic birds and lizards, many of whom live in the bedroom of her Ashwaubenon home. Kozloski is the founder of Kingdom Animalia Exotic Animal Rescue, housed at her house, and her story appears in today’s (Thursday, July 11) edition of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. Kozloski fell in love with reptiles at age 11, the story says, and decided to major in biology with an emphasis in animal biology. During school, an internship turned into a job with Green Bay Animal Control, and Kozloski recently filed for nonprofit status for her rescue organization. The Press-Gazette story is accompanied by a great photo gallery and video. Read more.