The Foundations of Wildlife Chemical Capture

Online Chemical Capture Certification Training 



The most current and comprehensive chemical capture course.

With over 60 wildlife professionals, as well as 14 wildlife veterinarians contributing content for this course

Field-Based Chemical Capture Training

  • Teaching the highest standards in animal care
  • The Wildlife Society has approved 16 CE hours for their Professional Development Program
  • This course is also used by state and federal agencies to train and certify their field biologists
  • Course access for one full year
  • This is an independent course you can take on your own time.
  • 150 page downloadable course notebook
  • Plus 44 additional learning activities
  • Newest drug exposure agency protocols
  • Amazing demonstration videos & images

Course Outline

Chapter 1. Ethics of Wildlife Capture

Chapter 2. Five Preparation Steps

Chapter 3. Record Keeping & Legal Responsibilities

Chapter 4. Drug Delivery Systems

Chapter 5. Immobilizing Drugs

Chapter 6. Principles of Chemical Immobilization

Chapter 7. General Animal Care

Chapter 8. Animal Care – Patient Monitoring

Chapter 9. Animal Processing Procedures

Chapter 10. Veterinary Emergencies

Chapter 11. Euthanasia

Chapter 12. Human Safety

Dr. Mark R. Johnson, DVM

Wildlife Veterinarian, Instructor
Founder and President of Global Wildlife Resources

Global Wildlife Resources


Toronto Wildlife Centre promotes the peaceful coexistence of people and wildlife by providing education and expert advice about wildlife situations, and providing medical care to sick, injured and orphaned wild animals with the ultimate goal of releasing healthy animals back into the wild.

Feral Cat Assistance & Trapping (FCAT) is group of dedicated volunteers who trap feral cats, spay or neuter (S/N) them, and then return them to where they were trapped.

Neighborhood Cats

Neighborhood Cats believes Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is the most humane and effective method available to end the severe feral cat overpopulation crisis faced by this country. Our mission is to make TNR fully understood, accepted and practiced in every community.

We have created award-winning educational materials, including books, videos and online courses. We host the leading website in the field, present at conferences and seminars throughout the country, and regularly collaborate with other organizations to develop new materials and tools.