Have you ever dreamed of traveling to Africa? Of experiencing African wildlife up close and personal, in a professional context? EcoLife Expeditions of South Africa is offering an opportunity to participate in the pilot expedition of a new CE program, created exclusively for professionals in the veterinary field.
Veterinary Care of Wildlife in Africa
Dates: August 28–September 10, 2016 (14 days)
Location: multiple field sites in South Africa (click here for itinerary)
Continuing Education credits: 20
Participants: 14 maximum
Booking deadline: July 31
-- Behind-the-scenes access in Kruger National Park and private game reserves
-- Expert lectures, demonstrations, and participation in over 20 different lab and field topics
-- Hands-on two-day Game Capture Program including moving target darting from a helicopter
-- Insight into challenges faced by African wildlife managers, conservationists, and veterinarians
The Veterinary Care of Wildlife in Africa program is designed for professional veterinarians, vet technicians, and others in the veterinary field, to provide advanced education and training in practical skills and professional development during an unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime experience. The program is approved by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB/RACE).
EcoLife Expeditions (www.ecolife.co.za) has been providing quality educational travel programs for over 20 years. They are experts in imparting hands-on wildlife conservation, management, and veterinary education in thrilling, action-packed itineraries that leave participants raving.
Space is limited! A $1,000 discount is being offered for the pilot program. Participants will be asked to complete a feedback review upon program completion. Bookings will be accepted on a first come, first served basis until the pilot program is full and no later than July 31. Additional programs will be offered at the regular cost beginning in September.