CCWR’s 25th Annual Symposium.

November 1-4 2019 at Tenaya Lodge.

Time to Submit your Presentation Proposal while there is still space! Accepted proposals come with free registration and an honorarium.

Tentative Schedule Overview

  • Registration will open on Friday Nov. 1 around 5pm.
  • Symposium room Blocks are $139 a night.
  • We will have an included Welcome/Networking breakfast, Saturday morning, Nov. 2nd with the Members Meeting and California Fish and Wildlife and US Fish and Wildlife Service Presentations.
  • Banquet will be on Sunday night, Nov. 3rd
  • We will have 2 IWRC Classes available. Pain and Wound Management will be on Sunday, Nov. 3rd and Monday, Nov. 4th. Zoonoses will be on likely be on Monday, Nov. 4th from 8am-12pm. Registration will be separate and CCWR symposium attendees will have first access to this registration.
  • We have several confirmed topics and presenters.
    • Fish and Wildlife will give us an update on White Nose Syndrome in Bats.
    • Corky Quirk will talk about Bats in Rehab.
    • Dave Cook will present on fawns.
    • Brook Durham and Cindy LaVelle, RVT will do a workshop on Microchipping.
    • Emma Baldwin will present on Desert Tortoise Conservation and Care.
    • Alex Heeren with CDFW will talk about Human Dimensions of Wildlife Welfare.
    • Matt Anderson will present on Examining Behavior to Maximize Rehabilitation and Release Success.
    • and much much more…


More to come soon!!!