Early Bird registrations are open from the 15th February through to the 11th April 2016 only.
Reap the benefits by getting in early which will also ensure your preferences for workshops. We have a range of very exciting speakers lined up and an array of interactive workshops.
Keep an eye out for the registration newsletter next week with the announcement of our very special key note speaker!
Sue Kirwan - President of the Victorian Wildlife Council.
The closing date for papers is closing in on us, if you would like to submit and abstract for consideration you only have a few days left, so start typing.
The cutoff date for submitting abstracts is 31/1/2016, please send your abstract and bio details to email@example.com.
Merry Christmas from all of us on the organising committee for your 2016 conference, we wont keep you long as we know everyone is busy at this time of year so here is a quick update of the goings on.
The cutoff date for submitting abstracts has been extended until 31/1/2016, please send your abstract and bio details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The VWC would like to announce that registrations will be open for the Australian Wildlife Rehabilitation Conference 1st-4th August 2016, from the 15th February 2016.
Early Bird Registrations will be available from the 15th February to the 11th of April for $395.00 . All other Registrations will need to be paid no later than the 1st July 2016. Full price for the four days will be $450.00 and single days will be $130.00, please note that no late registrations will be accepted.
We are slowly forming the agenda but can confirm that the Thursday 4/8/2016 will be dedicated to workshops, more details on the workshops will be available in the new year.
There are also a limited amount of trade tables available at $80 per table for the duration of the Conference, please contact us to secure your table.
Thats it from us for now, have a safe Christmas, oh while your on the web why not checkout the best Christmas lights in your town by clicking here.
The 10th Australian Wildlife Rehabilitation Conference is to be held in Melbourne in 2016.
The Australia-wide wildlife rehabilitation sector which consists of thousands of individuals and hundreds of groups, is unfunded and relies on sporadic grants and donations. Since its inception in 2003 in Melbourne at Werribee, wildlife conferences have been hosted in a different state every year for the first six, then every two years since. These have increased knowledge, and fostered contact networks across Australia. For wildlife rehabilitators, these conferences have become an important source of support, information and learning, reaffirming the important growing worldwide movement of conservation.
The 2016 AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE REHABILITATION CONFERENCE is being hosted by the Victorian Wildlife Council, a not for profit organisation and organised by a team of skilled and motivated and dedicated Wildlife rehabilitators from Victoria. The conference is to be held at Peninsula C, Central Pier 14, Docklands in the heart of Melbourne a facility that has a maximum seating capacity for 300 attendees.
The theme for this conference is Connecting to Country
We wish to include presentations on the many aspects of wildlife care and rehabilitation which will include speakers that can provide topics to do with wildlife care, rescue and rehabilitation. Speakers are invited from the Wildlife network community including veterinary, scientific, environmental and research areas as well as legal constraints, and other matters pertaining to the care of Australian wildlife.
Each speaker will be given 30 minutes, which will include five minutes for questions from the floor. Additional questions will be collected and answered later in the conference.
Presenters will be required to allow the publication of their papers on the conference website and in the printed proceedings. To facilitate your attendance, we offer presenters free registration for the day of their presentation.
Please express your interest in presenting by email your abstract, as soon as possible to
Abstracts of approximately 200 words, a biographical statement of 100 words, plus details of your audio-visual requirements should be submitted.
Abstracts are due by 31/12/2015
Complete papers due by 02/04/2016
Please circulate to any interested parties.
For more information please visit the AWRC website
http://www. Awrc.org.au and facebook page.
We look forward to your participation in the 2016 Conference.