WREN Wildlife Public Workshop at UGA
2200 College Station Rd, Athens, GA 30602, USA
Wildlife Resources and Education Network is hosting our fourth free wildlife rehabilitation symposium along with the University of Georgia's Veterinary Teaching Hospital on February 1st through the 3rd of 2019. While we offer lectures for wildlife professionals, we will also offer a free workshop for the public on the 2nd of February (Saturday). If you are a wildlife rehabber, wildlife rehab or WREN volunteer, veterinary technician or assistant, veterinarian or a veterinary related student, register for free for any of the offered lectures here.
The event will take place at the University of Georgia's Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Athens, Georgia in the Veterinary Education Center (marked blue on the map below). We will not have any hands-on labs or live animals present at the symposium. To view the schedule, click here.
UGA Southeastern Wildlife Disease Cooperative
Wild Mammal Care of Alabama
Atlanta Coyote Project
UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital
GA Department of Natural Resources
Jessie Griswold - Birmingham Zoo
Why wildlife deserves professional care
Capture, handling, and transport
The Atlanta Coyote Project
Reuniting young wild mammals
Renesting, Reuniting and Fostering Birds of Prey
Urbanized wildlife and One Health
State wildlife regulations
Federal Regulations and Migratory Bird Permits
Bird-Window Collision Study (mini lecture)
Please feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.
Animal Help Now
Sanders Wildlife, Inc.
Atlanta Audubon Society
Atlanta Coyote Project
How do we make this a free event?
We rely on the support of our community through donations and sponsorships. WREN is a 501c3 and all donations are tax deductible. Cannot donate or sponsor our event but want to help? You can follow our Facebook page and share our fundraising posts. We will be doing fundraisers for most of the speakers. If you are a local business in Athens, Georgia and want to host a donation drop off box, please e-mail us at email@example.com. We can provide a container and list of items that can be purchased in your store or elsewhere.
Attendees will park in the parking lot designated for Faculty/ Staff parking (numbered eight on the map to the right). You will not need a token or permit to park. There will be signs during the event directing where to go.
Most wildlife rehabbers care for our orphaned and injured, native wildlife with their personal resources. Feel free to bring one of the following office supply or cleaning items to donate to a wildlife rehabber.
You can also follow our event page here. We will post details for both the symposium and the workshop here.
And feel free to reach out for any questions or comments via e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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