SEOUL, Oct. 21 (Korea Bizwire) — In order to protect wild animals in South Korea, not only ordinary people but also organizations have continuously tried their best. When they find a wounded animal, an increasing number of people now report to animal protection organizations to take care of it unlike in the past. The Cultural Heritage Administration of Korea runs a care center for animals designated as a natural monument. The Ministry of Environment manages a wild animal rescue center.
In alliance with these efforts, the Conservation Genome Resource Bank for Korean Wildlife has annually cooperated with the administration to train experts who would work for rescuing and managing wild animals designated as natural treasures.
The 11th training program for cultivating wild animal protection talents starting from November 6 through 8 is organized for veterinarians who work for animal care centers or wild animal rescue centers. In the training session, trainees will learn how to treat injured animals to return them to the nature in top condition.
In particular, the learners will be taught about how to give first aid treatment to birds with head injuries, treat external injuries and fractures of wild animals and prevent contagious diseases among animals.
By M.H. Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org)