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Rescue vs Reunite: When to Provide Aid to The Wildlife Around You

This engaging session will empower you with essential knowledge addressing coming to the aid of wild animals taught by local wildlife expert and OKC Native.

Rescue vs Reunite: When to Provide Aid to The Wildlife Around You
Rescue vs Reunite: When to Provide Aid to The Wildlife Around You

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🌿 Join Us for an Enlightening Class! 🌿

Discover the delicate balance between rescuing and reuniting with wildlife in our upcoming education class, “Rescue vs Reunite: When to Provide Aid to The Wildlife Around You.” Presented by Will Funk, Director of Wildlife Rehabilitation at WildCare Oklahoma, this engaging session will empower you with essential knowledge.

🐾 What to Expect:

  • Insightful Guidance: Learn when to step in and provide aid to injured or orphaned animals.
  • Wildlife Ethics: Understand the ethical considerations behind rescue efforts.
  • Practical Tips: Gain practical skills for assessing situations and making informed decisions.
  • Q&A with Will Funk: Get your burning questions answered by an expert in the field.

About your instructor

Will Funk, an Oklahoma native, is a Wildlife Biologist and avid world traveler with a rich and diverse background in animal care and research. After earning two degrees from Oklahoma State University, he obtained a Master’s from the Royal Veterinary College in London. Will's extensive experience includes veterinary nursing, chemical immobilization, rehabilitation, and post-mortem investigations. His work has taken him across continents, including Africa, Australia, Europe, North America, and he has also worked with marine mammals. He is a certified field anesthesiologist and an IWRC Certified Wildlife Rehabilitator. Currently, Will serves as the Director of Wildlife Rehabilitation at Wild Care Foundation in Noble, where he continues his research on parasites in raptors, a project that began during his tenure at the Royal Veterinary College. He continually enhances his expertise in handling birds of all sizes. Outside of work, Will enjoys serving his community, going to concerts, traveling, camping, hiking, exploring microbreweries and distilleries, and spending time with his dog, Sadie.

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