Interventions in Wild Animal Health Course
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL), The Wildlife Institute of India (WII), The Royal Veterinary College and The University of Edinburgh (UoE) have been motivated to run this course in recognition of the need to conserve globally important biodiversity in South Asia and other biodiverse areas, which are also a hotspot for wildlife diseases and conflict. These wildlife diseases are relatively unstudied and unchecked, therefore is an important need for greater expertise in, and greater numbers of, wildlife health professionals to tackle them. Such wildlife health professionals are needed to undertake interventions in the health, welfare and conservation of wild animals, to investigate emerging infectious diseases and to ensure human well-being.
For more information: https://iwah.org/
3/10/2020Update from African Elephant EEHV workshop
7/1/2019Cool story of collaboration
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7/6/2020 » 7/30/2020The Zoo and Wildlife Health Conference (On Line)
Julie Swenson along with many other colleagues participated in a release of scimitar horned oryx back into the wild. Check out the story HERE.
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