Wildlife officers told to be mindful of animals

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Eight wildlife officers from the Port Moresby Nature Park have been trained on handling and understanding the behaviour of animals and how they can use different techniques to improve these animals’ natural abilities.
According to a statement from the park, wildlife officers were told to be mindful of each animal as they interacted with them on a daily basis.
The animals that have made the park their home are ambassadors of their kind who have been surrendered to the park through their wildlife and rescue rehabilitation service.
Many have lost their parents and homes while the park provided home and made them feel safe in an open environment.
The training was held at the park, its wildlife manager Ishimo Bebe conducted the training and was pleased with the feedback from the officers.

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