Dear Wildlife Rehabilitator,
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your wildlife health observations and view reports made by others.
This publicly available tool gathers observations of sick, injured, or dead wild animals as well as functions as an alerting system that can quickly distribute reports to those concerned about potential emerging wildlife health issues.
In addition, WHER can be used to log and track wildlife health calls from the public, especially for those unfortunate events where no action can be taken. These observations can be at least recorded and added to a collective body of knowledge for the greater understanding of wildlife health issues.
Join our team to learn about how WHER can keep you and your colleagues up to date on where wildlife health events are being reported in your state, region or around the globe in near real-time. You can view example reports that were made in the last few days here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/wher_reports
Date: Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Time: 1:00PM - 2:00PM Central Daylight Time (Convert to your time zone)
Agenda: http://www.wdin.org/documents/wher/2013 jul 10_demo agenda.pdf
How to Register?
Email us at email@example.com for instructions on how to join this webinar demonstration.
- Proposed WHER benefits and enhancements [Have other ideas that can specifically support or meet the needs of the wildlife rehabilitation community?]
- Instructions on how to get report alerts from WHER
- Two-minute overview video
- WHER 2-Page Newsletter Article
- Use case of WHER used to centralize observations of sick/dead birds
The WDIN Team