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Caring for Possums and Gliders | Dr Robyn Stenner
Sat. 27 May 2017, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm AEST
Dr Robyn Stenner BVSc (Hons II) MANZCVS (Wildlife Medicine) , having spent the last 6 years working in hospitals dedicated to the treatment of our Australian wildlife. Has always had a strong passion for wildlife in general, and started caring for orphaned possums and injured birds while studying. This background has given me a strong grounding in wildlife rehabilitation from both the veterinary perspective, and that of a wildlife carer/rescuer.
Dont miss this amazing opportunity to learn from Dr Stenners expereince and expertise in providing care for our regions precious Gliders and Possums .
The workshop will cover advanced husbandry and rehabilitation managment of aboreal marsupials.
The 1 day event will also end in a night watch and evening spotting event in Boyne Tannums botanic reserve which is home to ring tail and brush tail possums, squirel and pygmy feather tail gliders.
orentation to wildlife care - Gladstone wildife ( on line )
emergency care of wildife - Gladstone Widlife ( on line )
Marsupial care resuce and basics - Gladstone Wildlife ( on line ).
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Parking on site.
Public Transport is limited to Boyne Island . Private vehicle is recommentded
What can I bring into the event?
Morning tea and Lunch will be provided . Animals can be bought along - check with your permit coordinator
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Contact Gladstone Wildlife e- firstname.lastname@example.org | p- 0427106803
What's the refund policy?
Refunds avaiable if canceled 7 days prior in writing . Contact the organiser.
Caring For Possums and Gliders is sponsored by the Gladstone Ports Corporations Community investment fund 2017.