Humane Wildlife Capture and Handling: Advanced Techniques for Success

Humane Wildlife Capture and Handling: Advanced Techniques for Success
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1 Resources
Recorded on: 2019-12-03
Unit 1 Slide Deck: Humane Wildlife Capture and Handling
Unit 2 Recording: Humane Wildlife Capture and Handling

Expand your wildlife live-capture and handling protocols. Discussion will include:

  • Replacing the NEED to capture or handle wildlife;
  • Ten Stress Reduction Must Do’s;
  • Catching the Uncatchable;
  • Redefining Live-traps;
  • and The Equipment Grab Bag for most field rescues.

We will discuss rescue case studies to engage the audience in planning to help any critter in any crisis.

 

Audience Comments

  • “Consider various deterrents other than trapping to remove when dealing with nuisance wildlife issues.” — Cedar
  • “Great reminders of knowledge and great new suggestions, thank you low slow soft.” 🙂 — Cindi
  • “Great to have a real expert with real experience discussing the topic. …This presenter OBVIOUSLY had real experience, and his “go slow” approach is SO very applicable in not only animal/wildlife situations but also stressful human interactions. He would make a great presenter in de-escalation, use of force too.” — Daniel
  • “Dave’s experience was extremely valuable and well presented for the length. Appreciated the “Worry Toy” bit offered a simple solution to common issue we see daily. Thanks!” — Jacob
  • “The best webinar I have had and I learned a lot. I am on an Indian reservation and this is so helpful to me.” — Kendyl
  • “Humble experienced individuals who have common sense yet humane practices as Dave Pauli expressed- some things can’t be ‘taught’ in a book or class but rather shared through stories & field experiences. Thank you!” — Danielle
  • “Fascinating presenter! One of the most compassionate role models I’ve heard in a long time re HOW to treat wildlife humanely. Well done.” — Renata
  • “Tremendous presentation. It could have easily been 4 hours. Great overview. His personal wildlife trapping tips were invaluable. More Dr. Pauli would be great.” — DAVID

 

** This webinar has been certified by the National Animal Care and Control Association and may be eligible for Continuing Education Units. Please consult your local certification processes for additional details. Current NACA Members who attend will be able to download a jointly issued attendance certificate that includes the National Animal Care & Control Association logo.
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