Monday, October 6, 2008

Hoots, Howls, and Hollers 10/06/08

It is fall at Liberty Wildlife.  At least the calendar says it is, and finally we have a reprieve from the triple digit heat. 

It is, of course, back to school time for students everywhere and at Liberty Wildlife this is also the case.  We have started two training classes, the Medical Service Class which is a ten week classroom training course and the accompanying mentoring with skilled medical services volunteers.  The class is taught by Dr. Tanya Wyman and Animal Care Coordinator, Jan Miller.  The other class that has started recently is our Education Class which is an eight week in classroom module with many, many hours of Practice Partner training with experienced educator/handler volunteers.  It is always delightful to see familiar faces moving into both of these new areas.

 Periodically, throughout the year we have Rescue and Transport classes that are half day classes.  If you are interested in this training call the hotline, 480-998-5550, to get information on the next Rescue and Transport offering.  Daily Care training is on the job.  Hotline training is done individually or in small numbers as needed.  If you are interested in Orphan Care training for next season, call the hotline and leave your name to be contacted in the early spring.

 Stay tuned to Hoots, Howls, and Hollers to be updated on the training of new and old volunteers.  

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