Wildlife handling, safety and transport

Find out all you need to know on what being a rehabilitator is all about. If you think you may like to care for wildlife, but don’t know where to start, or are you just wanting to know what you do if you come across wildlife that is injured or abandoned, then this day is for you.  

This training will cover what to do when you first arrive at injured wildlife, how to handle and transport it safely and administer first aid. This training day covers Birds, Reptiles and Kangaroos.  Included is a tour of Maroo’s facilities – meet and greet our education animals.

Cost $30.00 for the day includes morning tea and a Certificate of Participation.

Days start at 9am and end at 3pm. Morning Tea/Coffee is included.

All profits go straight back to saving our wildlife.

Please contact us for more information or to book your place.

email: maroowildliferefuge@bigpond.com or phone Jo on 0409086973

When you book, you'll receive the address. The address below is just to make sure Manjimup is on the map for #EcoMay.

May 24, 2015 at 9am - 3pm
Maroo Wildlife Refuge, Perup (address below is just to get Manjimup on the map, please register for address)
61 Giblett St
Manjimup, WA 6258
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Maroo Wildlife Refuge - Jo Burston · · 0409086973
$30.00 AUD

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