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  • Calgary Wildlife Immobilization Course – January 2019

    January 4-6 2019 at the University of Calgary

    General topics:

    Anatomy and Physiology – Chemical versus Physical Restraint – Pharmacology – Drug Acquisition, Handling and Storage – Drug Calculations – Equipment – Human Safety – Capture Procedures – Identifying and Treating Complications – Humane Euthanasia – Necropsy – Animal Welfare

    The lab based portion will focus on safe needle and syringe techniques, sample collection techniques, drug preparation, dart delivery systems, dart loading procedures, monitoring equipment and supportive care. Participants are encouraged to actively engage in the course to discuss their species of interest and techniques. Assessment will be based on a multiple-choice and drug calculations exam delivered at the end of the course. Certificates will be provided for successful course completion.

    COST: $500 per person (includes GST). Fee covers the 3 day course (9am‐ approx. 4pm), course manual ($75 value) and course certificate.

    Registration:

    Registration is limited to 20 participants. Payment of full course fee ($500) is required to secure a spot. Cancellations 3 weeks before the course will receive a refund, otherwise no refunds will be provided for late cancellations. Cut and paste, or click the registration link here: https://goo.gl/forms/9lgs08Sjw4B9dJMD2
    Registration is confirmed after the full course fee is paid via e-transfer to Owen Slater at: omslater@gmail.com. Payments via credit card are not accepted.

  • #ACTWS19 – Award nominations open

    Visit our Awards page to read more about them and to nominate a colleague!

  • #ACTWS19 Conference – Bow Valley

    The first information for #ACTWS19, our joint conference with the Canadian Section of The Wildlife Society, has been posted! The Call for Papers is now open – submit your abstract and join us in Canmore in March!
    actws.ca/conference

  • Chemical Immobilization Course in Lethbridge

    Global Wildlife Resources will present their annual wildlife chemical immobilization training course at Lethbridge College, in Lethbridge, Alberta, from April 24-26 (Tues-Thurs), 2018. This 3-day course is specifically designed for the needs of persons working with free-ranging and/or captive wildlife, including biologists, veterinarians, technical staff, and students. The co-instructors will be Dr. Mark Johnson (Global Wildlife Resources) of Hamilton, Montana, and Dr. Marc Cattet (RGL Recovery Wildlife Health & Veterinary Services) of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Course enrolment is limited to 25 people. Interested individuals can register and/or find additional information, including the course outline, at Global Wildlife Resources’ Training Schedule webpage.