Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation








Land your dream job with animals or volunteer with a conservation group anywhere in the world with your knowledge of handling wild animals

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Land your dream job with animals or volunteer with a conservation group anywhere in the world with your knowledge of handling wild animals

If you’re an animal lover and enjoy being outdoors, our Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Course will help you get closer to nature while helping our furry, scaled, and feathered friends. Wildlife rehabilitation involves working with wild animals to ensure they are healthy, safe, and not at risk from environmental factors.
You may have stumbled upon an injured or orphaned animal in your backyard or on a nature hike, or you may live in an area that frequently sees forest fires, oil spills, storms, or deforestation. In all these cases, knowledge of wildlife rehabilitation or wild animal rescue can be crucial to saving an animal’s life. You don’t need any prior veterinary knowledge, as this course will start with the basics and cover a lot of groundwork. You’ll learn about responsible wildlife interaction, animal anatomy, and physiology, how to treat injuries in birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and fish, how to assist in environmental disasters, and how to safely handle, transport and release wildlife.
Whether you just love animals and want to be more involved, or you are looking to volunteer or work in a park, nature reserve or zoo, we’ll equip you with the knowledge and training to prepare you for wildlife rehabilitation.


By the end of this course, you’ll come away knowing the fundamentals of wildlife rehabilitation.

We’ll show you exactly what a wildlife rehabilitator does in their day to day work
You’ll be able to identify animals in distress and know when to step in
You’ll learn animal physiology and basic anatomy for a variety of animal classes
We’ll teach you to assess animals and identify symptoms and causes of distress
You’ll be able to treat common injuries such as broken limbs and wings
We’ll prepare you for environmental disasters, such as oil spills or forest fires
We’ll show you how to safely handle, restrain, transport, and release wildlife
And you’ll learn what you can do to assist in your community It’s important to note that this course is not equivalent to professional certification as wildlife rehabilitator, but it’s an excellent place to start if you have a personal interest in this area or are thinking of a career in animal care, zoology, parks and recreation, or veterinary science.

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