I’m speaking at the upcoming conference on Saturday 27th October on wildlife rehabilitation: please come along if you have any interest in rescuing wildlife in trouble.
It’s happening at Rock Farm, Slane, Co Meath.
The programme is as follows:
- 09.00 Five reasons why it’s worth rescuing wildlife Pete Wedderburn
- 09.30 That wild animal looks injured, what do I do? Primary assessment, triage and first aid of wildlife casualties Elizabeth Mullineaux
- 10.20 Rescue and rehabilitation of seals David Couper
- 11.30 How to assess, treat and care for avian casualties (Swans, gulls, pigeons and corvids) Emma Keeble
- 12.20pm Care and rearing of neonates Pauline Kidner
- 2.00pm Release: general and species specific release conditions Joanna Hedley
- 3.15pm Wildlife casualty case study discussions – specific to Ireland Kieran Corry
- 4.45pm Stepping into our forgotten roles as guardians of the earth Mary Reynolds
To register for attendance, please see here: https://www.wri.ie/pages/conf-2018.html