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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A GIANT update
Our charity has worked with Arnaud and his team at the Wildlife Conservation Institute (ICAS) in Brazil for over a decade to safeguard endangered giant armadillos, giant anteaters and their threatened habitat.
The new scientific techniques saving an ancient species
Capercaillie (Capall coille in Scots Gaelic, meaning ‘horse of the woods’) are such rare and elusive birds in the UK that few of us nowadays would be lucky enough to see one. In this guest blog by Jocasta Mann, communications officer at the Cairngorms Capercaillie Project, find out more about the largest grouse in the world and discover how the Cairngorms Capercaillie Project is working with a wide range of partners, including scientists at RZSS WildGenes, to improve the long-term fortune of this iconic Scottish species.