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Avian, Wildlife, and Exotics

We provide a forum for students with an interest in all aspects of avian, wildlife, pocket pet, reptile and zoo medicine.

Throughout the year, we offer lunchtime lectures, speakers for general SCAVMA meetings, and opportunities for hands-on experience. We also provide a list of externships in exotic animal medicine.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

  • LOOKING FOR NEW MEMBERS

AWE is still looking for new members. To be a member simply pay dues, of $5. Make a check out to SCAVMA for $5 and put AWE in the memo or you can pay $5 cash and put it in a envelope with your name and AWE dues written on it. Drop this off at one of our meetings or please put in Sarah Hill's Mailbox.

 

  • The 12th Annual Veterinary Student Exotic Animal Symposium

When:  Jan. 11-12, 2014
Where: Knoxville, TN
Presented by: The Avian, Wildlife, & Exotics
Hosted by: The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine
What: The conference offers lectures and wetlabs concerning a wide range exotic animals. For more information go to our website at The 12th Annual Veterinary Student Exotic Animal Symposium or contact us by email at Exotics Symposium Contact.
Website: The 12th Annual Veterinary Student Exotic Animal Symposium
Email: Exotics Symposium Contact

 

*For More info, please contact Co-Presidents: Kienan Gold (kgold2@utk.edu), or Amanda Gudgel (agudge1@utk.edu).

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