BIOL*3680 Wildlife Rehabilitation: Caring for Sick, Injured, and Orphaned Wildlife F (0-0) [0.50]
Wildlife rehabilitation is an important aspect of species protection and conservation, and a valuable career path for individuals with a special interest in wildlife biology. Content focuses on Canadian wildlife in terms of how to rehabilitate, triage, and stabilize sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife. Mitigating risk of illness and/or injury during the rehabilitation process will be discussed. This course helps prepare students to write the MNRF wildlife custodial authorization examination should they wish to pursue wildlife rehabilitation.
Offering(s): Offered through Distance Education format only.
Prerequisite(s): BIOL*3670
Restriction(s): BIOL*3650
Department(s): Department of Integrative Biology