Monday, February 15, 2016

Be a VET for a day



Chris Pearson, WildCon Events, says that on a WildCon Safari, travellers are actively encouraged and safely guided to participate ‘hands-on’ in locating animals from the helicopter, monitoring vital signs, taking important measurements; injecting antibiotics and reversal drugs, and fitting tracking collars.


Says Pearson: “The entire conservation procedure is funded by our packages, which are sold to our clients, thus assisting the game reserves or research organisations concerned with the financial burden of these conservation necessities.”


Edith Delalande, Office and Marketing Manager for Brothers Safaris and African Vet Safaris, says travellers can participate in a specialist veterinary safari, which gives them a rare and unique hands-on opportunity to become involved in wildlife conservation.

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