January 6&13, 2018 or January 27&February 3, 2018: Wildlife Rehabilitation Seminar: Preparing to Become a Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator, Amherst, MA

Interested in Wildlife Rehabilitation? Planning on taking the state exam?

COME TO OUR SEMINAR! Hosted by Dawndale Farm Wildlife, Inc. & Cummington Wildlife, Inc. Massachusetts and Federally Licensed 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit Wildlife Rehabilitation Facilities

Through a combination of lectures, demonstrations, and interactive problem solving, this seminar will provide information about what you need to know to be a Massachusetts Wildlife Rehabilitator.

Course objectives include basic knowledge of wildlife rehabilitation and fundamentals necessary for preparation to take the Massachusetts state wildlife rehabilitator exam.

$175 – Two Day Seminar Saturdays January 6 & 13 or January 27 & February 3, 8:30am-4:00pm University of Mass.-Amherst

Need more info? Want to register?
Email: Nancy@dawndalefarmwildlife.com
info@cummingtonwildlife.com
Call: 413-695-6854 (Judy)
413-834-5733 (Nancy)

 

 

 

October 21, 2017 For WRAM members only: Wildlife Rehabilitation Pharmacology: Better living for your patients through modern chemistry

Wildlife Rehabilitation Pharmacology: Better living for your patients through modern chemistry

Date: Saturday, October 21, 2017

Time: 10am-1pm

Registration fee: $10.00

Location: The Wildlife Clinic at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University

200 Westboro Road

North Grafton, MA 01536

Dr. Rob Adamski of the New England Wildlife Center will be focusing on the “Practical Street Medicine” version of pharmacology.

By taking the class, Dr. Adamski will:

  • Help you to provide a high level of care to your patients by understanding how the most commonly used medications can help you deal with routine problems in our wildlife patients.
  • Discuss why you’re giving certain medications, help you understand when certain medications are appropriate, and the proper way to administer medications.
  • Cover the huge differences between mammals, birds and reptiles when administering medications.

Utilize an interactive and fast-paced scenario based format to explore and learn more about the top ten medications wildlife Rehabilitators should be familiar with.