Wildlife rehabilitators are the trained and permitted professionals, which include technicians, biologists, and volunteers, who spend their days helping orphaned, ill, or injured wild animals. And come spring, rehabbers will be working around the clock to help babies and infants who are struggling to stay alive.
In this Living With Wildlife 2016 webinar, the Wildlife Rescue Association of B.C. (WRA), the largest rehabilitator in BC, will explore the many issues facing rehabbers in the spring, including the intensive treatment regiments required for infant animals, the common problems they come across, and what every day animal lovers can do to help their local rehabber. They’ll also address the very broad – and vital – topic of when residents should intervene with injured, ill, or orphaned animals, and when they should leave animals be.
The Fur-Bearers are also happy to be contributing to WRA’s life saving work as a part of this webinar.
The event will last for approximately 60 minutes including a question and answer period, and all you need to attend is a computer or Apple mobile device (iPod or iPad). A webcam or microphone is not necessary for participation. To see if your computer or mobile device will properly work with our webinar software or to test your connection speed, pleaseclick here(will open a new window).
March 23, 2016
2:00 pm EST / 11:00 am PST
Admission is $5 and will support our Living With Wildlife and Humane Education campaigns, as well as the Wildlife Rescue Association of B.C.
Attendees will also receive a free digital copy of our next member newsletter (The Wild & Free Press), an email with discount codes from some of our business supporters and access to a password-protected video of the event (perfect for those who can't participate live but still want to see the presentation)!
Register now!You will be taken to a secure server for payment, then sent a special link to register for the webinar.