Wildlife Rehab Training
Classes being held throughout the state are listed below
Coastal Carolina Community College.
Basics of Wildlife Rehabilitation. Prepare for entry level and intern positions in nature centers, wildlife centers and animal sanctuaries and meet the requirement for specific training needed to apply for the NC State Wildlife Permit. Students must be 16 yrs. old to be eligible to attend. 42 hours. Fee: $60.
June 4-Jul 23, Mon & Wed, 6pm-9pm, CB 122
Aug 6-Sep 24, Mon & Wed, 6pm-9pm, CB 122
Advanced Wildlife Rehabilitation
Prepare for advanced level intern positions and staff positions in nature centers, wildlife centers and animal sanctuaries and work toward the 100-hour requirement to apply for the Federal Migratory Bird Permit. Students must be 16 yrs. old to be eligible to attend. Prerequisite: Basics of Wildlife Rehabilitation. 48 hours. Fee: $60.
Mar 26-May 16, Mon & Wed, 6pm-9pm, CB 122
Oct 8-Dec 5, Mon & Wed, 6pm-9pm, CB 122
Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation Course at College of the Albemarle-Edenton/Chowan County. The goal of this class is to provide basic training to those who would like to become a licensed NC Wildlife Rehabilitator. Course includes Introduction to wildlife rehabilitation, laws, code of ethics, feeding, nutrition, wound management and bandaging.
March 27 - May 1
Tuesdays 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Contact: College of the Albermarle, Edenton/Chowan County
WRNC is offering weekend Beginner Wildlife Rehabilitation classes.
We are trying to identify areas of the state where a wildlife rehabilitation
class is not currently available and where we can help build the
local network. Contact Jean Chamberlain if you are interested in hosting a class in your area.
WRNC is offering a new course for wildlife rehabilitators. The course is designed for students who wish to obtain their federal permit. The sessions are comprehensive, covering all aspects of avian care. Class locations are still to be determined. [more info]
Carolina Raptor Center
CRC will be offering rehab seminars in 2007.
Contact Mathias Engelmann at (704) 875-6521, extension 108 or at
email@example.com for information and to
Wildlife Rehab, Inc. conducts a training class at Forsyth Tech twice
a year. The class meets once a week from 6-9 for 11 weeks. The next class meets on Thursdays and starts
in the fall. For additional information look under training on their website (http://www.wildliferehab.inc) or write