• International Wildlife Research

    International Wildlife Research (IWR) is operated by dedicated scientists, veterinarians and wildlife specialists with expertise and experience in the care and rehabilitation of oiled wildlife. We provide expertise for preparing and executing oil spill response operations for sea otters and other marine and terrestrial mammals and we have an ongoing program of research to improve rehabilitation procedures for oiled fur-bearing mammals.

  • International Wildlife Research

    International Wildlife Research (IWR) is operated by dedicated scientists, veterinarians and wildlife specialists with expertise and experience in the care and rehabilitation of oiled wildlife. We provide expertise for preparing and executing oil spill response operations for sea otters and other marine and terrestrial mammals and we have an ongoing program of research to improve rehabilitation procedures for oiled fur-bearing mammals.

  • International Wildlife Research

    International Wildlife Research (IWR) is operated by dedicated scientists, veterinarians and wildlife specialists with expertise and experience in the care and rehabilitation of oiled wildlife. We provide expertise for preparing and executing oil spill response operations for sea otters and other marine and terrestrial mammals and we have an ongoing program of research to improve rehabilitation procedures for oiled fur-bearing mammals.

  • International Wildlife Research

    International Wildlife Research (IWR) is operated by dedicated scientists, veterinarians and wildlife specialists with expertise and experience in the care and rehabilitation of oiled wildlife. We provide expertise for preparing and executing oil spill response operations for sea otters and other marine and terrestrial mammals and we have an ongoing program of research to improve rehabilitation procedures for oiled fur-bearing mammals.

Register

CLICK HERE to register for the April 2, 2022 Online Course

NEW: 2022 Training will be online

**UPDATE: This year, the training course is scheduled for Saturday, April 2, at the Hotel Captain Cook, from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. We are also offering the course via Zoom. A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided for those who join us in person. The program is designed to provide 8-hours of HAZWOPER First Responder Training so that, in the event of an oil spill, you will be OSHA approved and able to assist with the care of oiled sea otters in the rehabilitation facility. To satisfy the training requirement and achieve certification, you must complete the online training (reading material and quiz) and be present for the entire course on April 2. If you have any additional questions, contact wildliferesearch.iwr@gmail.com. Phone: 281-250-7839.
Click here to download the Emergency Care and Rehabilitation of Oiled Sea Otters PDF.