Wildlife rescue course at TAFE

Midwest Times
Zoe Fitzpatrick during the Wildlife Rescue Course.
Camera IconZoe Fitzpatrick during the Wildlife Rescue Course. Credit: Ellie Honeybone, Midwest Times

Around 20 people participated in a wildlife rescue course at Central Regional TAFE’s Batavia Coast Maritime Institute campus in Geraldton recently.

Lecturers from Greenough Wildlife Park, Midwest Marsupial Carers, Just Raptors and Fauna for the Future were on hand over the two-day course to provide invaluable knowledge and experience.

Cute and cuddly demonstration animals wandered the room helping with the training experience and posing for some engaging photos.

Jace Martin-Carabes and Danielle Hemsley.
Camera IconJace Martin-Carabes and Danielle Hemsley. Credit: Ellie Honeybone, Midwest Times
Melanie Hovey.
Camera IconMelanie Hovey. Credit: Ellie Honeybone, Midwest Times
Sandra Morphett and friends.
Camera IconSandra Morphett and friends. Credit: Ellie Honeybone, Midwest Times
Natalie Woods.
Camera IconNatalie Woods. Credit: Ellie Honeybone, Midwest Times
Solley Goddard.
Camera IconSolley Goddard. Credit: Ellie Honeybone, Midwest Times
Dave Watson.
Camera IconDave Watson. Credit: Ellie Honeybone, Midwest Times
Belinda Crafter.
Camera IconBelinda Crafter. Credit: Ellie Honeybone, Midwest Times
Greenough Wildlife and Bird Park co-owner Michelle Jones during a lecture on reptiles.
Camera IconGreenough Wildlife and Bird Park co-owner Michelle Jones during a lecture on reptiles. Credit: Ellie Honeybone, Midwest Times

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