Call of the Wild Welcome to the first installment of a new column: Answering Wildlife Calls. [more] Symposium 2011 Register for the Wildlife Rehabilitators of North Carolina's 9th Annual Symposium in Raleigh January 28-30...[more] Tools for Training Use positive reinforcement and operant conditioning to shape the behaviors of your wildlife ambassadors...[more]
WRNC Symposium 2011 Registration is now open for the Wildlife Rehabilitators of North Carolina's 9th Annual Symposium being held in Raleigh at North Carolina State University's College of Veterinary Medicine January 28-30. A minimal fee of $75.00 covers registration, annual membership in the organization, attendance at the Friday night icebreaker and Saturday night banquet as well as lunch on both Saturday and Sunday. This is an amazing educational opportunity with beginner through advanced tracks including sessions on the Introduction to Rehabilitation of Baby Mammals, Fluid Therapy and Emaciation Protocols, Pain Management and Analgesia for Injured Wildlife and wet labs which will provide you with hands on learning experiences. Continuing Education credit is available! For more information check out the website at: to see you all there.


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When Rocky's Down For The Count - Squirrel Ailments This presentation is an overview of Eastern Gray Squirrel ailments. Linda shares information and procedures to assist you with recognizing, identifying, diagnosing and forming treatment plans if or when needed for this mammal.
Considerations for the Rehabilitation of Hummingbirds This presentation examines the natural history, diets, special considerations in rehabilitation, and migration habits of humminbirds. It touches briefly upon the most common injuries, their prognosis, and splinting techniques.
Imprinting This presentation covers imprinting and its significance to wildlife rehabilitators. The speaker will cover recent research on imprinting.
Raising Your Own Mealworms Mealworms are expensive to buy, but easy to raise. It takes just a little work and lots of patience!
Symposium 2011
You are invited to attend our 9th symposium in Raleigh on January 28-30, 2011