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Welcome !

 

Registration is now open for wildlife rehabilitation courses!

Download your registration forms below!

 

 

Wildlife Rehabilitation Basic Skills Course

October 14-15, 2016 (Fri.& Sat.)

and

Rabies Vector Species Care/Handling

& Beyond Basic Skills Course

October 16, 2016 (Sun.)

 

being held at the

Welland SPCA Regional Training Facility

706 East Main St., Welland ON  L3B 3Y4

 

Registration Deadline is Sept. 9, 2016

 

We do not recommend using snail mail due to the

uncertainty of delivery by Canada Post.

Download and complete forms, submit payment using

Interac e-transfer and email copy of form to us.

 

Combined Registration & Interac

e-Transfer Form for both Courses

Word Doc CLICK HERE

PDF form CLICK HERE

 

Wildlife Rehabilitation Basic Skills

Course Brochure/Reg'n Form  

PDF Form Click HERE

 

Rabies Vector Species Care/Handling

& Beyond Basic Skills Brochure/Reg'n Form   

PDF Form CLICK HERE

 

These are the last courses until the spring of 2017.

Don't delay, register early, space fills up quickly.

 

More detailed info on our COURSES page.

 

 

Looking for an Authorized Wildlife Custodian in your area?

Click HERE.

This is the only official government listing of legally

Authorized wildlife custodians in the province of Ontario.
http://www.ontario.ca/environment-and-energy/find-wildlife-rehabilitator
 

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OWREN

Ontario Wildlife Rehabilitation

and Education Network

 

 

OWREN was founded in 1990 to support and inform professional

wildlife rehabilitators in the province of Ontario.

 

If you are a wildlife rehabilitator or are interested in becoming authorized

so that you can work on your own or perhaps just work as a volunteer

with an existing facility, then you've come to the right place!  We can help!

 

We are an information and education network that produces and

distributes educational materials, and provides training opportunities

and a yearly conference for rehabilitators and others in related professions.

 

Select a navigation button from the menu on the left and discover

what wildlife rehabilitation is and what we are about.

We hope you enjoy your visit!

 

Bookmark our site and check back often for new information!

 

 

We invite you to learn about OWREN, and the valuable services

voluntarily provided by Authorized Wildlife Custodians, their

registered Foster Care Providers and facility volunteers

for native Ontario wildlife, and for the public.

 

Join us and be part of a network of wildlife rehabilitation professionals!

 

For an OWREN information brochure

 

CLICK HERE

 

 

OWREN's Mission

 

To facilitate and achieve excellence in the profession of

wildlife rehabilitation by sharing and expanding our

knowledge to continually improve the quality of care

for our native species.

 

 

 

NOTE

OWREN does not provide 'how-to-rehabilitate' information nor diagnose the condition

of any sick, injured, or orphaned wild animals or individual problems with wild animals through email. 

We are unable to respond to such requests. 

OWREN is not a wildlife rehabilitation centre nor does it operate one.

 

If you cannot locate an Authorized Wildlife Custodian near you and have an emergency situation

with an injured wild animal, please contact your local SPCA, humane society, animal control, veterinarian, or vet emergency clinic for immediate assistance.

 

 

Contact Us

 Mailing address

OWREN

461 Wright St., Welland, ON  L3B 2K6

 

Email

owren.online (at) gmail (dot) com

 

 

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