RSPCA Stapeley Grange 'Springs' with students
WildAid is delighted to work with experienced wildlife rehabilitators at RSPCA Stapeley Grange. Each time we work from the centre the teams support is so valuable in aiding young people receive the best from their visit.
More so as recently WildAid Charlie has engaged with colleges from across the Northwest.
Students from Reaseheath College and St Helen's College have participated in several days of wildlife welfare topics and ecological surveys. These have individually been tailored to enable aspiring young rehabilitators complete their wildlife welfare module coursework in addition to practicing their new found field skills.
WildAid Charlie said: It is nearly 3 years since WildAid first started delivering education sessions from RSPCA Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre. It's no tall order delivering sessions to all age ranges and learning requirements, but you know i think we can confidetally say that since groups re-visit and new groups enquire about visits we are doing a 'great job'.
Our picture shows two Animal Care students from St Helen's College participating on a soil and earthworm ecological survey. Our long term volunteer Hilary, in the back ground, is a passionate worm enthusiast!
"It's all about encouraging people to participate and learn about the natural world through hands on discovery."
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