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.