Critical animal geographers could learn much from engaging multispecies ethnography as a methodology in their research. Multispecies ethnographies are a growing trend in anthropology where "ethnographers are studying the host of organisms whose lives and deaths are linked to human social worlds shape and are shaped by political, economic and cultural forces". As the field of critical animal geographies grows, universities and colleges are already becoming more open to including courses on animals in their curricula. Future work in critical animal geography can learn from scholars in geography and other disciplines who take this critique seriously and work carefully toward specificity and non-universalizing approaches. Although animal geographers have a strong tradition of research in human – wildlife relations, some key institutions and practices in terms of wildlife 'management' have gone under-explored. Wildlife rehabilitation is an increasingly popular interface between humans and wild animals, yet it has received little critical scrutiny.