Basic Wildlife Injury Awareness - Online
Do you know what to do if you come across injured wildlife?
Join Kim Davis for this online interactive workshop, where she will cover what you can do as a first responder if you come across injured wildlife, and who you need to contact.
It will cover the most common scenarios that you might encounter with injured or orphaned wildlife.
Proudly brought to you as part of Nillumbik Shire Council’s annual Spring Outdoors program in conjunction with Manningham and Banyule councils.
While this is a free event, there will be an opportunity to donate funds for vetsforcompassion.org.
Vets for Compassion
Vets for Compassion is a small volunteer organisation whose mission is to improve animal welfare both in Australia and Asia. Vets for Compassion is very active during natural disasters through provision of highly trained vets and vet professionals to help affected wildlife, farm and companion animals.
Kim is a wildlife rescuer and rehabilitator who volunteers with a number of wildlife programs. She also works for Wildlife Victoria in their volunteer training program. She has worked as one of the farm staff at Edendale farm and also as an educator with Edendale's education program.
What you will learn
- What to do if you come across injured wildlife
- Who to contact
What you will get
What to bring
What to wear
Appropriate for Adults and Children
This is a free workshop but bookings are essential. An event link will be emailed to you for access to the workshop.
Book online at We Teach Me
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Sunday, 12 September 2021 | 01:30 PM
- 03:00 PM