Wildlife Training Video Series
by the Department of the Interior / US Fish and Wildlife Service
Conservation Training Center Online Video Gallery
every out thrust headland, in every curving beach, in every grain of sand there
is a story of the earth.
This Oiled Wildlife
Training video series provides detailed awareness of the activities Department
of Interior (DOI) responders, or any other spill responder, might take in
response to an oil spill. The video series includes: methods to safely execute
search, observe and capture for oiled or impacted wildlife; wildlife responder
roles and responsibilities; and best practices and advice on how to transport,
stabilize and document wildlife. This video resource features training, commentary
and perspectives from leading experts in the field of oiled wildlife from across
the country. These subject areas are meant to compliment and support the curriculum
of the CSP3129 DOI Inland Oil Spill course.
Open and currently
available for self-paced viewing
Who Should Attend
DOI oil spill responders or
other oil spill responders in need of oiled wildlife response and recovery awareness
training (states, tribes, industry, NGOs)
27 videos ranging from 3 –
You do not need to
register, follow the link above to access.
Gary Schetrompf, (304) 876-7255
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is committed to providing access to this training
resource for all participants. These videos have been closed captioned. Please
direct any comments or other accommodation needs to Michele Atha, (304) 876-7899
or by email at Michele_Atha@fws.gov, TTY 800-877-8339.