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As many college and university students angst over the submission of final pieces of course work, exams and dissertations we wish to share with you that WildAid has made a significant and positive impact with college and university students from across the Northwest and even from The Netherlands.
We have directly engaged with over 300 college and university students since January 2016 with all students looking to a develop a career in Animal Sciences, conservation and environmental disciplines. This is a fantastic achievement.
Our wildlife and conservation workshops and presentations have been delivered at colleges across the Northwest and North Wales and very recently at Stapeley Grange Education Centre where we welcomed HAS University Animal Science students.
WildAid co-ordinator and education officer Charlie said: Without any doubt it has been a real pleasure to share our knowledge with so many energetic and caring people. As much as the natural world is compromised there are also many people destined to be it's future caretakers - we just need to reach more!
We welcome all enquiries, from college and university students, about our workshops and engagements.
WildAid would like to wish all the students and tutors the best of luck and particular thanks to our supporters who enable this to happen.
"It's all about encouraging people to participate and learn about the natural world through hands on discovery."
Established in 1991 as a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centre, WildAid has been making a difference for wildlife welfare throughout the UK ever since.
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