Through the years, AAZV contributes support
AAZV contributes to improve the health, husbandry, preventative medicine, and research required to preserve captive and free-ranging wildlife species around the world.
Past Programs Supported by AAZV:
The Giant Panda Conservation Project which supported preserving the loss habitat lands in China from the earthquate of 2008.
The Australian Wildlife Center at Healesville Sanctuary Bushfire project to help treat and heal many injured wildlife animals brought to the center from the series of bushfires that burned across Australia in February 2009
The development of the Zoological Information Management System (ZIMS) application
The Delorelin Assay Validation project by the AZA Wildlife Contraception Center
Co-Sponsored an International zoo and wildlife veterinarian to attend the Envirovet Summer Institute
Sponsored the Elephant TB Stakeholders Meeting for veterinarians caring for Elephants
Sponsor a North American zoo and wIldlife veterinarian to speak at South American Conference
Sustaining Dr. Munson's pathology database project now being maintained at the Reproductive Health Surveillance Program at Michigan State.