Welcome ! OWREN Wildlife
Rehabilitation Basic Skills Course October 15-16, 2017
(Sun. & Mon.) & OWREN Beyond Basic
Vector/Common Species Course
October 17, 2017
Best Western Plus Cairn Croft Hotel 6400
Lundy's Lane, Niagara Falls Ontario
OWREN Wildlife Rehabilitation Basic Skills Course
October 15-16, 2017 (Sun. & Mon.)
OWREN Beyond Basic Skills, Care/Handling
of Rabies Vector/Common Species Course
October 17, 2017 (Tues.)
at Best Western Plus Cairn Croft Hotel
6400 Lundy's Lane, Niagara Falls Ontario
Register now, seats fill up quickly.
DEADLINE TO REGISTER - Sept. 15, 2017.
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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.
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what wildlife rehabilitation is and what we are about.
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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!
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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.
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