Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Registered Veterinary Nurse
Hannah qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2017 from Middlesex University. After qualifying she worked in a private practice focusing on exotic pets. Whilst doing so she worked at a small community zoo on the weekends as a keeper. Once qualified Hannah completed the advanced programme in veterinary nursing of exotics, wildlife and zoo animals. In her spare time, she has volunteered at a hedgehog sanctuary and travelled to Vietnam to volunteer with pangolins. Hannah hopes to continue her education in in zoological nursing with further post graduate study in the future.
⦁ Qualified from Middlesex University – 2017
⦁ City and Guilds Certificate in Veterinary Nursing of Exotic Species – 2019
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RZSS response to the UK Government’s intention to deprioritise species restoration
I was surprised and dismayed to read about the UK Government’s intention to deprioritise species restoration, which fails to recognise the importance of that vital pillar of biodiversity recovery, as well as flying in the face of recent guidance from the world authority for conservation, the IUCN.
Critically endangered wildcats now call the Cairngorms National Park home
The first round of wildcat releases in Scotland has been completed by Saving Wildcats, led by the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) in partnership with NatureScot, Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS), The Cairngorms National Park Authority, Nordens Ark and Consejería de Sostenibilidad, Medio Ambiente y Economía Azul de la Junta de Andalucía.