Introduction to Wildlife Rehabilitation

  • 14 Mar 2020
  • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Sinclair Community College - Dayton, OH
  • 27


  • 2 comps per hosting facility
  • Not a current 2019 OWRA member
  • current 2020 OWRA member
  • High school, college, university, tech current student


Introduction to Wildlife Rehabilitation

The IWR class covers wildlife rehabilitation regulations in Ohio, handling wildlife calls, neonatal care of orphaned wildlife, zoonotic diseases, stabilization, and transportation of Category 1 species (tree squirrels, ground squirrels, and Eastern Cottontail Rabbits). This class, or an equivalent, is required by the Ohio Division of Wildlife to apply for a Category 1 Rehabilitation Permit. Instructor: Becky Crow

Registration Information

  • This is a private class arranged by Sinclair Community College. Registration is available only to SCC students from January 20-February 15.  Any remaining spaces will be opened to the public after February 15, 2020.  
  • Registration fee includes manual, handouts, certificate of completion, and a sandwich combo lunch (vegetarian option available).  
  • Walk-ins are accepted if space is available. Certificate of completion, manual, and lunch are not guaranteed. Payment due upon arrival.
  • Live animal demonstrations are not a part of this workshop, nor are live animals permitted at the workshop (with exception of service animals)
  • OWRA Workshops are reserved for individuals 18 years of age or older.
  • Online registration ends 5 PM March 13.
  • Sinclair Community College - Campus Map
  • Parking available in Lots A, E & K

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The minimum number of attendees for workshops is 8.  If the minimum number of registrants is not reached by Saturday, March 7, the class will be cancelled and paid registrations will receive a full refund.

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