Wildlife Workshop for SPCA/HS/AC staff

par Hobbitstee Wildlife Refuge

  • vendredi, 16 novembre 2018 de 2:00 Après-midi à 5:30 Après-midi (HNA)
  • Binbrook Memorial Hall 2600 Regional Road 56, Binbrook, ON L0R1C0

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Aperçu

This workshop is created to help the above mentioned staff deal with wildlife related issues in an appropriate manner.

During the workshop we will work on criteria to use when wildlife babies are truly orphaned or in need of help and when they should be left, triaging injuries, making sound decisions pertaining to euthanizing, wildlife handling, zoonotic diseases and more. A portion of the workshop will entail working on wildlife cadavers. 

This workshop is a collaboration between Hamilton Animal Services, Hamilton Health Unit and Hobbitstee Wildlife Refuge. 

We welcome staff from any of the above mentioned agencies. 

Please bring your questions, scenario's and ideas. 

Détails

start at 2 pm Rabies Update

2.30 - 4 presentation 

break 15 min

4.15 -5.30 practical portion

(this workshop is free to SPCA/HS/AC staff, but donations are very welcome)

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Binbrook Memorial Hall
2600 Regional Road 56, Binbrook, ON L0R1C0

16 novembre 2018
vendredi, 16 novembre 2018 2:00 Après-midi (HNA)

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Hobbitstee Wildlife Refuge
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À propos de cet organisme

It is our mission assist sick, orphaned and injured wildlife to return back to their natural habitat and to identify problem areas and put measures in place to prevent said wildlife from being in distress. To educate the general public on how to peacefully coexist with wildlife and to participate and initiate research to improve wildlife rehabilitation and wildlife well being in general. The majority of our volunteer base consists of young offenders, at risk youth and adult offender. We offer them an opportunity for meaningful activities. Activities which impact the environment and the people involved in a positive way