Thank you to everyone that attended, our host, UGA's Wildlife Treatment Center and UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital, and our speakers and exhibitors. We had over 190 attendees coming from Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Missouri, North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina, New York, and more.  

We were able to offer free, eight hours of RACE CE to veterinary technicians and veterinarians that attended. We were able to send wildlife rehabilitators home with supplies thanks to the generosity of our donors and attendees. 


surveys, notes, and certificates

If you attended our symposium, you should of received e-mails for a link to the symposium notes and two surveys for feedback and permission to share contact information. If not, e-mail us. We will finish e-mailing the attendance and RACE CE certificates by Wednesday February 13th. So if you do not receive your certificate by February the 14th, e-mail us


raffle item donors

Thanks to the following for providing us with raffle items for our attendees:

Robert Jones - foreign currency, laptop, items from Tennessee Hills Distillery, and gift cards

Miree Wood - jewelry

Creek House Farm - jewelry

Paul Dudley - nesting box

Trich Jackson LeCroy - wine from Scout & Cellar's Clean-Crafted Wines for SAAG

Bear Hug Honey Company - gift box

Animal Care Equipment & Services (ACES) - handling gloves


supply donors

Thanks to the overwhelming generosity of the following people and groups that donated and gathered supplies for the wildlife rehabbers that attended our symposium. 

Kristen and Morgan Wheeler - Home Depot in Villa Rica, Community Animal Clinic of South Paulding in Powder Springs, 4H Community Service Project, Bremen  Middle School, and private citizens

Charlotte Myers - UGA American Veterinary Medical Association Student Chapter

The Healing Arts Center in Athens, Georgia

UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital and Wildlife Treatment Center

and more!


rehabber supply swap


Thanks to the following and more that donated and gathered medical and rehab items  for wildlife rehabbers attending our symposium! 

Wild Mammal Care of Alabama

R&R Wildlife Rehabilitation, Inc. 


Wildlife Resources and Education Network is a 501c3 non-profit.

We are an all volunteer organization.

EIN  47-3844358

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