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Secret World Wildlife Rescue

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Upcoming Events

April 2019

7:30 pm – 10:00 pm | April 4 | McMillan Theatre

‘A Wild Life’ Evening with Martin Hughes-Games

Natural history broadcaster Martin Hughes-Games gives an entertaining and informative behind the scenes account of his 30 years filming wildlife around the world.

Wildlife TV presenter Martin Hughes-Games is one of the UK’s most popular and respected naturalists and zoologists, loved for his knowledge and passion for wildlife. Step into the wild world of this much loved television presenter and producer’s life. From his childhood growing up in a house full of exotic animals to getting his first TV break as a producer, discover what makes Martin tick and what life is like filming and presenting on natural history programmes such as Springwatch.…

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10:00 am – 4:30 pm | April 28 | Secret World Wildlife Rescue

Wildlife Course for Veterinary Professionals

Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release for Veterinary Professionals - CPD Training

This wildlife course is designed for veterinary surgeons, registered veterinary nurses, veterinary students and student veterinary nurses and looks at the ethical problems relating to wildlife casualties and the possible consequences of their release. Others who work in a veterinary environment (receptionists, animal care assistants etc.) will also find the course of interest.  The course, led by Dr Liz Mullineaux MRCVS (Scientific Advisor and veterinary surgeon SWWR), includes Triage which is the process by which we decide which animals we…

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October 2019

10:00 am – 4:30 pm | October 13 | Secret World Wildlife Rescue

Wildlife Course for Veterinary Professionals

Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release for Veterinary Professionals - CPD Training

This wildlife course is designed for veterinary surgeons, registered veterinary nurses, veterinary students and student veterinary nurses and looks at the ethical problems relating to wildlife casualties and the possible consequences of their release. Others who work in a veterinary environment (receptionists, animal care assistants etc.) will also find the course of interest.  The course, led by Dr Liz Mullineaux MRCVS (Scientific Advisor and veterinary surgeon SWWR), includes Triage which is the process by which we decide which animals we…

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