Management of Birds of Prey for Health
On 24 November 2019 we will be holding a full day course for falconers, bird of prey keepers, demonstrators and zoo keepers.
Hosted at the National Centre for Birds of Prey, but run by Mark Naguib BVMS(Hons) Cert AVP (ZooMed) MRCVS the day will consist of illustrated lectures covering range of topics that will be of interest to anyone who keeps or works with raptors.
NCBP staff will also be giving some insight into the facilities and techniques we use to ensure the welfare of our birds.
The whole day will very much be a workshop – there will be the chance to practice some of the techniques covered and questions will be most welcome.
A certificate of attendance is included.
The entire proceeds of the day will go to the following 3 good causes –
- Ryedale Wildlife Rehab – a local rehabilitation centre for injured wildlife – run by our friend Jean Thorpe MBE
- Vulpro – based in South Africa and run by Kerri Wolter, Vulpro breeds and releases vultures and run a vulture rescue service throughout southern Africa.
- The Vulture Conservation Foundation.
Mark Naguib BVMS(Hons) Cert AVP (ZooMed) MRCVS
RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Zoological Medicine
Mark qualified from Glasgow in 2009. He has been the NCBP vet since we first opened, he is also the zoo vet for Flamingo Land.
Mark holds the RCVS Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice in the field of Zoological Medicine and has experience treating over 200 species of birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and exotic mammals. In 2014 he was awarded the RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Zoological Medicine Status. This status is awarded to vets who have not only undertaken further study and passed exams in a particular area of veterinary work but have also confirmed that they continue keep up to date with all the latest developments in their field.
Many will already know Mark from his seminars at Raptor Fairs over the years. Mark is one of the most respected avian vets in the UK and has a large client base spread all over the north of England.
- The recognition of illness in birds
- Raptor Nutrition
- Bumblefoot prevention and treatment
- Respiratory infections
- Wing Tip Odema
- Aviary design
- Perch and mews design
- Practical day to day management of a raptor
- Emergency first aid
- Health checking a raptor
- Health care and nutrition during the breeding season
Sandwiches, drinks and cakes/flapjacks for lunch are all included.
Tea, coffee and cold drinks are also available throughout the day
Admission into the National Centre for Birds of Prey is also included.
24th November 2019 at NCBP.
9am until 4.30pm
Management of Birds of Prey for Health. 24 November 2019
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