A national Native American non-profit organization, the Native American Fish & Wildlife Society, serves as a communication medium for self-determined Native American fish and wildlife managers.

We serve as a communication network between tribal, federal, and state fish and wildlife management entities.

Global Wildlife Resources (GWR) is offering a list of chemical immobilization training opportunities for 2019 in the US and Canada. These courses are designed for state/tribal/private/federal wildlife professionals, animal control officers, zoo caretakers, and captive wildlife organizations, university students, veterinarians, and veterinary technicians.
Attached are course announcements and a general course outline. A student rate is available.
• March 12-14, 2019 Reno, Nevada
• April 23-25, 2019 Lethbridge, Alberta
• May 21-23, 2019 Lansing, Michigan
• September 10-12, 2019 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
These courses are the most current and extensive chemical capture courses in North America
• Field-based with professional tools and techniques; Discussing the latest topics and issues.
• Hands-on labs every day- including dart gun practice, needle and syringe lab, and drugging live animals.
• Participants will be able to chemically immobilize goats, which simulate deer, using BAM - the most current and effective wildlife drug combination
• Courses in Canada are specifically designed for the needs of Canadian wildlife professionals and students, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and zoo caretakers. The co-instructors are Dr. Mark Johnson of Freeland, Washington, and Dr. Marc Cattet of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
• 22 CE credits toward The Wildlife Society Professional Development Program
These courses are often profound personal and professional experiences.
Each class is limited to 25 participants so register early!
Register through Training Schedule.
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Mark R. Johnson DVM
Global Wildlife Resources
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