Opportunity for Students: EkoTraks in Southern Africa

Eko Tracks, your representative in Cary, North Carolina offers a study abroad program specifically designed for students in veterinary science, vet tech and pre-vet, where you will meet and interact with wildlife veterinarians in South Africa, hands-on. Learn about the crucial role of veterinarians in the growing African wildlife industry by participating in game capture operations, field and lab work. This program focuses on wildlife veterinary science, wildlife diseases and medicine, capture and care of wild animals, breeding of rare species, wildlife rehabilitation, ecosystems and biodiversity conservation.
Program highlights are a visit to the Onderstepoort Veterinary School, local community veterinary services and various African wildlife rehabilitation centers where orphaned and injured wild animals are treated and cared for. Life in the African bush, learning practical bush skills, tracking wildlife on foot and study wildlife behavior is an experience of a life time. Travel through the spectacular Drakensberg Escarpment while descending to the world famous Kruger National Park and spend a few days in this wildlife wonder of Africa. The highlight for veterinary students is to participate in hands-on game capture few people ever get to experience.
Read more about these exciting educational programs (itinerary, dates, prices etc.) on our website www.ekotracks.com and view pictures on Facebook Eko Tracks – Study Abroad. Eko Tracks is booking study abroad trips now. To apply, complete the application form online and send it electronically, mail or fax it to the office of Eko Tracks.

Contact: Werner Dörgeloh,PhD Wildlife Management
Tel (919) 290-2832Fax (919) 363-2251info@ekotracks.com

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