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Wildlife Search and Rescue Training 2018

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WILDLIFE SEARCH AND RESCUE (8 hours / classroom) $65.00

Our one-of-a-kind Wildlife SAR class, taught by Rebecca Dmytryk, author of Wildlife Search and Rescue: A Guide for First Responders, covers related laws and regulations, call-taking, human safety, capture strategies, animal handling and restraint, basic wildlife first aid, and an introduction to reuniting and wild-fostering healthy young. Students will also get an opportunity to practice set-up and use of capture equipment.

This course is recommended for animal control officers, park rangers, game wardens, wildlife rehabilitators and anyone interested in rescuing wildlife.

Suggested Reading: Wildlife Search and Rescue available on Amazon.

FIELD PRACTICE (up to 4 hours / outdoors) $100.00

Students who complete the classroom portion of the Wildlife SAR training are eligible for field practice (when available) where they will have the opportunity to work alongside the instructor, searching for and capturing injured or ill wildlife - mostly birds. Sites vary, but this usually takes place at a park or marina. Limited to 6 students.