2020 has been hard on us all. While many things had to stop in 2020, wildlife injuries and the need for wildlife rehabilitation did not.
For close to 40 years, our annual Symposium has been delivering the very best in education and skills training to ensure rehabilitators can provide the most humane care. Wildlife rehabilitators work every day around the clock to save injured, orphaned, and sick animals in order to return them to their natural homes in the wild.
Although we cannot meet in person for Symposium 2021 we can connect, share information, and support each other until we can gather again. Our virtual event will emphasize connection through roundtables, message boards on our event app, live Q&A sessions, small group discussions, and more.
500+ attendees and exhibitors! NWRA Symposium attendees range from veterinary professionals, wildlife center staff, and licensed wildlife rehabilitators to biologists and regulatory agency staff. There are many decision makers in the room each year! Bringing this diverse community of professionals together with the single goal of improving the care of wildlife is at the heart of each Symposium.
Hear from past attendees how valuable sponsorship is!
Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law. EIN: 37-1143442
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