|Wildlife Rehabilitation - Basics through Advanced Skills|
|This course is offered through the Division of Continuing Education for Coastal Carolina Community College in Jacksonville, NC. This course prepares students for both entry and advanced level positions in nature centers, wildlife centers, and animal/bird sanctuaries. This course is also designed to meet the requirement for training needed to apply for the NC State Wildlife (small mammal) Permit, as well as the requirement for the Federal Migratory Bird Rehabilitation Permit. All classes after the first week of registration at CCCC will be held at Possumwood Acres Wildlife Sanctuary in Hubert, NC. Contact for additional information: Toni O’Neil at firstname.lastname@example.org or 910-326-6432
|January-June 2016 2-5 PM|
|July-December 2016 2-5 PM|
|Location: Coastal Carolina Community College and Possumwood Acres Wildlife Sanctuary|
|Contact: Continuing Education Department CCCC|
|119 Doe Drive, Jacksonville, NC and Hubert, NC|
|Phone: 910-938-6294 to register|
|Wildlife Rehab, Inc|
|A beginner wildlife rehabilitation class is held each spring and fall at Forsyth Tech. The class in the spring is held on Thursday evenings and runs for 11 weeks. The next class will start in February, 2016. Register with Forsyth Tech in January at 336-761-1002.
|Thursdays, 6-9 pm|
|Location: Forsyth Community College |
|Contact: Wildlife Rehab, Inc.|
|P.O.Box 24552, Winston-Salem, NC 27114|
|New Volunteers are always welcome and needed. Please view the Animal Rehabilitators of the Carolinas (ARC) Positions Needed form to find out how you can help! See ARC's website at www.arcwildlife.org.To become a member of ARC you must take ARC's volunteer class, which covers the nuts and bolts of wildlife rehabilitation. Topics include but are not limited to, determining if any animal is in need of assistance, basic care of injured and orphaned wildlife, administering medication, nutrition, proper hygiene and diseases. We also have more in-depth training on grey squirrels, flying squirrels, opossums, chipmunks, and cottontail rabbits, which are the species we deal with the most. You will be required to work the ARC Hotline from home 2 times a month (4 hour shifts) as a member and should live within 50 miles of Charlotte.
|Location: Charlotte N.C.|
|Contact: Wanda Jolley |
|Phone: 704-506-1699/704 552-2329|
|WRNC Annual Symposium|
|WRNC holds its annual symposium on the last weekend in January each year. In addition to general sessions appropriate for all rehabilitators, there is a track of sessions for beginning rehabilitators. There is a track of sessions that is approved for veterinary CE credit and and a track approved for vet techs. A variety of workshops are offered.
|January 30-31 2016|
|Location: NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine|
|Contact: Jean Chamberlain|