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Provided 2014 Presentations and Handouts

Serologic surveillance for raccoon roundworm and risk factors for exposure in wildlife - Sarah Sapp

Raccoon Roundworm Serosurvey Presentation

Raccoon Roundworm Serosurvey Handout

Mayhem and Carnage on the Urban Landscape: Tracking Two Years of Phone Data from Portland Audubon’s Wildlife Care Center - Lacy Campbell

Carnage Mayhem Urban Landscape 2014

Field Rescues: Capturing Raptors in Warehouses and Other Enclosures - Ben Montgomery

Field Rescues Presentation

Warehouse Rescue Handout

Wildlife Caging Solutions For the Backyard and Beyond - Ben Montgomery

Very large size - email director@theiwrc.org if you'd like a copy

The Legacy of the Passenger Pigeon and Its Relevance in 2014 - Dan Marsh

Passenger Pigeon Presentation

Radiographs – an essential tool for Wildlife Rehabilitators - Kim Blomme

Radiology

Roundtable: Ethics in Wildlife Rehabilitation - Adam Grogan and Renee Schott

Ethics in Wildlife Rehabilitation roundtable introduction

Keeping Wildlife Wild: An Investigation of Unnecessary Human-Wildlife Interactions as a Cause of Admission in Minnesota and Wisconsin Wildlife Rehabilitation Centers - Mandy Kamps and Renee Schott

Keep Wildlife Wild

Medical Issues with Avian Aerial Insectivores - Renee Schott

Aesculapian Issues in Avian Aerial Insectivores

Workshop: Triage and Euthanasia - Renee Schott

Triaging Wildlife

Compassion Fatigue/Euthanasia - Renee Schott

Euthanasia Roundtable

Building an Incubator for Baby Wildlife - Fae Easton

Making Incubator Revised

Roundtable: Turtle Shell Repair - Damien Oxier

Turtleshell Repair

Perceptions of Wildlife Rehabilitation: A survey of responses to pictures and terms - Halley Buckanoff and Kai Williams

2014 Perception Presentation

Animal Help Now - Elena Rizzo

Animal Help Now IWRC2014 Presentation

Animal Help Now Handout

2014 Banquet Sponsor

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Schedule At A Glance

December 1st: Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation Course*, Rabies Vector Species Training*, Zoonoses Course*

December 2nd: Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation Course*, Pain and Wound Management Course*

December 3rd: Field Trips*, Welcoming Reception and Pub Trivia

December 4th: Annual General Meeting, Papers, Workshops, Wildlife Film Festival

December 5th: Papers, Workshops, Banquet*, and Silent Auction

December 6th: Papers, Workshops

December 7th: IWRC Board Meeting *Items with cost outside of general symposium registration

Download the Full Symposium Schedule with abstracts*


The 2014 Cincinnati Symposium was reviewed and approved by the AAVSB RACE program for 30.5 hours of continuing education. Participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education. Please contact the AAVSB RACE program if you have any comments/ concerns regarding this program’s validity or relevancy to the veterinary profession.

Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation on December 1st and 2nd was reviewed and approved by the AAVSB RACE program for 15 hours of continuing education. Participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education. Please contact the AAVSB RACE program if you have any comments/concerns regarding this program’s validity or relevancy to the veterinary profession. 


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Hilly Cincinnati boasts a thriving arts scene, major league sports teams, a world-class zoo and aquarium and a revitalized riverfront with shopping, clubs and restaurants. Located on the Ohio River in southwestern Ohio, Cinci claims more than 4,000 restaurants, and more chili restaurants than any other city in the world.  Mezzanine  


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