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- For information on wildlife rehabilitation, contact:
- Amanda Kamps
Wildlife Rehabilitation/Captive Wildlife Liaison
Bureau of Wildlife Management
Wildlife rehabilitation examination
In accordance with NR 19.75, Wis. Admin. Code, any person wanting to obtain a basic license to rehabilitate wildlife must take a written examination and pass with a score of 80 percent or greater. The intent of the exam is to test your understanding of basic rehabilitation concepts and information resources, not the specifics of injury or disease in any particular species. If you are unsuccessful in passing the exam on your first attempt, you may take it again in 30 days.
- Study Guide, 1st ed. is now available.
- Effective January 2004, the Wildlife Rehabilitation Rule was adopted by the Natural Resources Board and approved by the legislature.
- Minimum Standards for Wildlife Rehabilitation , published by the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Association (IWRC) and the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA).