Where Can I Study Wildlife Rehabilitation In South Africa
Wildlife rehabilitation is the treatment and care of injured, orphaned, or sick wild animals so that they can be released back into the wild.
Where Can I Study Wildlife Rehabilitation In South Africa?
At Wildlife Rescue South Africa we offer specialty courses on various aspects of Wildlife Rehabilitation, aimed at experienced rehabilitators wanting to acquire their certification through the IWRC.
How do I become a wildlife rehabilitator in South Africa?
How to become a wildlife rehabilitator
- Get the proper vaccinations and permits.
- Gain experience.
- Get certified.
- Consider where you want to work.
- Apply for wildlife rehabilitator jobs.
Where can I take an injured bird in Cape Town?
If the animal is injured (ie not moving at all but is still alive), call us immediately at 021 700-4158/4159 or after-hours, on weekends, and on public holidays at 083 326-1604.
How long do you study to become a wildlife vet in South Africa?
Applicants in the six-year BVSc programme will complete a core curriculum over four and a half years (nine semesters) and then conclude their programme with 18 months of work-integrated training in the core and elective components and a research project.