Yesterday, WES provided a full-day training on Wildlife Search and Rescue to a class of 34 students interested in learning or bettering their wildlife capture skills.
The class was comprised of wildlife rescuers, two animal control officers, a lieutenant with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and local folks interested in learning how to help an injured or orphaned wild animal.
Today, they were given hands-on instruction on building traps and using equipment to safely capture and contain animals.
This was the first of the 2015 classes being offered throughout California. Download the flyer, HERE. Register for a class, HERE.