International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council
Rating: 3.14 stars 7 7 reviews
PO Box 8187 San Jose CA 95155 USA
To conserve and protect wildlife and habitat through wildlife rehabilitation. The International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council (IWRC) has worked since 1972 to support wildlife and provide resources for wildlife rehabilitators. Today, IWRC is comprised of veterinarians, rehabilitators, conservationists, and other professionals from around the world, all committed to restoring the health, ensuring the welfare, and safeguarding the future of wildlife.
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I have been a member of the IWRC for 2 years now and the people I have met through this organization have been well-rounded in this field. The board of directors members have been very helpful to me and are quite dedicated to this organization. Coming from a veterinary background myself, I was a bit skeptical at first as to the content of their courses, hands-on labs and conferences but have to say that the science based approach and content was VERY satisfying. They have been nothing but helpful with me, guiding me in my volunteering work. The quality of speakers and topics at their last conference in BC, Canada was very thorough. I have always had feedback when renewing my membership, when registering to courses and to get my grades from online classes. My next challenge with them is to pass my CWR.
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ask them to be more involved in the Veterinary world and conferences so we can widen the reach and information shared to my profession as well.
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