This course is designed to provide the essential knowledge for licensed wildlife rehabilitators to reunite or foster most species of North American raptors. Most healthy nestling raptors “rescued” by the public are not truly orphans. It’s generally agreed their best option is to be reunited with parents or fostered to another nest, so they can grow up in the care of wild adults. Reuniting and fostering also relieves stress on overcrowded rehabilitation facilities during baby season. This information is an integral part of a wildlife rehabilitators tool kit.
Course registration includes both the book Calls of the Wild by Anne Miller, and the accompanying CD.
5 CE Units
Salinas, CA - Hosted by the SPCA for Monterey County Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Center - January 27, 2019