The Foundations of Wildlife Chemical Capture
Online Chemical Capture Certification Training
DR. MARK R. JOHNSON, WILDLIFE VETERNARIAN & INSTRUCTOR
FOUNDER & PRESIDENT GLOBAL WILDLIFE RESOURCES
The most current and comprehensive chemical capture course.
With over 60 wildlife professionals, as well as 14 wildlife veterinarians contributing content for this course
Field-Based Chemical Capture Training
- Teaching the highest standards in animal care
- The Wildlife Society has approved 16 CE hours for their Professional Development Program
- This course is also used by state and federal agencies to train and certify their field biologists
- Course access for one full year
- This is an independent course you can take on your own time.
- 150 page downloadable course notebook
- Plus 44 additional learning activities
- Newest drug exposure agency protocols
- Amazing demonstration videos & images
Chapter 1. Ethics of Wildlife Capture
Chapter 2. Five Preparation Steps
Chapter 3. Record Keeping & Legal Responsibilities
Chapter 4. Drug Delivery Systems
Chapter 5. Immobilizing Drugs
Chapter 6. Principles of Chemical Immobilization
Chapter 7. General Animal Care
Chapter 8. Animal Care – Patient Monitoring
Chapter 9. Animal Processing Procedures
Chapter 10. Veterinary Emergencies
Chapter 11. Euthanasia
Chapter 12. Human Safety
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