Training Library

GWR’s Training Library

This is a growing collection of eBooks and videos for you to learn about wildlife capture, handling, and chemical immobilization.

We explore the details for conducting field captures and humane animal handling and sometimes just how to be a part of the wildlife profession (ie. finding work).

Many of these are excerpts from our GWR chemical capture courses.

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How to Find Work and Succeed (eBook)

“Are you looking for experience in the field?

Are you looking for a job?

Dr. Mark offers advice on how to get field experience, how to network, and how to be successful in finding your dream job. This is not your typical advice.”

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Blood Collection From Wildlife

How to Collect Blood from Wildlife (Video)

Instructional video teaching the principles for collecting blood from wildlife. Food from one of GWR’s courses with wolves and from a bighorn ram chemical capture in Montana.
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The Y Pole

One Cool Tool (eBook)

Dr. Mark introduced the Y pole to the captive wolf programs and the global animal welfare community. In this Animal Sheltering magazine article, Dr. Mark describe the Y pole in detail including how to build and use it with feral dogs. These principles apply to captive canids.

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How to Catch a Mexican Wolf With a Y Pole (Video)

The Y pole is an essential tool to humanely handle captive canids. Filmed at the Dakota Zoo, Dr. Mark uses the Y pole to quietly handle a captive wolf for blood collection, microchipping, and treating the ears.

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