- South Africa
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Inspiring project and reserve visits
Credible wildlife vets
Practical clinical EMS and AHEMS sign-offs
24 hour support crew
Professional airport pick up and drop off
Complementing activities and conservation topics
Delicious South African food
And fantastic reserve accommodation
We have designed an exclusive package just for vets-in-training that is both affordable and of high quality.
WILDLIFE VET SHADOW AND RESERVE MANAGEMENT
Observe / participate in clinical procedures, observe darting / capture techniques, helicopter darting (optional add-on). We aim to include the following – Assist with rehabilitation, Human-wildlife conflict, anti-poaching, and conservation techniques, Husbandry skills – handling, Husbandry skills – observation. When possible – Husbandry skills – physical exam, Husbandry skills – reproduction, Husbandry skills – routine health care.
CONSERVATION IN THE COMMUNITY
Monitoring and care of Cheetah, Wild Dogs, White Rhino, Lion, African Wild Cats, Ground Hornbills, Sable Antelope and more, feeding and assisting with or observing veterinary activities, learning about cheetah breeding, learning about hospital equipment, feeding rhinos, lions and leopard. When possible – Vaccination of cheetahs.
- Inspiring project and reserve visits
- Join credible wildlife vets out in the field, in real world situations
- Practical clinical EMS and AHEMS sign-offs
- Complementing activities and conservation topics
- Delicious South African food and fantastic reserve accommodation
We aim to include and allow you to sign-off the below topics. Please note that when working with wildlife, wildlife vets and wildlife conservation there are times when ethics or circumstances do not always allow schedules to run according to plan.
Observe / participate in clinical procedures
Observe darting / capture techniques
Helicopter darting (optional add-on)
Wildlife physical exam
Wildlife and / or captive routine health care
Assist with wildlife rehabilitation
Human-wildlife conflict, anti-poaching, and conservation techniques
CONSERVATION IN THE COMMUNITY: