The CDC for wildlife
Established in 1975, the U.S. Geological Survey’s National Wildlife Health Center is at the forefront of wildlife health research for
Nobody knows how many privately owned wild animals are living in captivity in Ohio.
Wildlife decision tree
What does your practice do when someone brings in a sick or injured wild animal? What about calls pertaining to wildlife? Does everyone in your…
Transporting Wildlife Species or Their Hybrids
When considering interstate or international travel for captive wildlife species or hybrids of such, plan ahead
International movement of exotic wildlife
The Executive Board has approved the expansion of a policy statement to include the international movement of wildlife.
Wildlife a concern in BVDV control
Lessons from tuberculosis eradication attempts could improve bovine viral diarrhea virus control programs.
Texas wildlife veterinarian dies in helicopter crash
Dr. Robert O. Dittmar II, the first state wildlife veterinarian for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, was among three TPWD members killed in a…
Morris awards grants for wildlife, equine research
Morris Animal Foundation announced in late September that it has awarded $850,000 in support of wildlife research through grants to
The case of the wildly varying degrees of toxicity in wildlife
A real doctor treats more than one species. At least that's how one of veterinary medicine's favorite sayings goes—and there's a lot of truth to it,
Illegal marijuana cultivation threatens endangered wildlife
Wildlife ecologists have attributed multiple fisher deaths to anticoagulant rodenticide exposure at illegal marijuana farms
Wildlife policies stress education, captivity requirements
In June, the AVMA began more strongly encouraging education for those who would privately own potentially dangerous wildlife as
Wealth of wildlife data free online
Wildpro, an electronic encyclopedia and library for wildlife professionals, is now available free online.
Minimizing urban wildlife conflict is institute's goal
Coyotes, like this one captured on a motion-sensitive camera in Chicago, are but one of several wildlife species that have adapted to
Caring for injured wildlife, step by step
A new AVMA chart helps navigate the often complex legal landscape associated with treating sick or injured wild animals and
Updated wildlife disease manual available
The latest edition of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians' reference notebook on infectious diseases of captive
Morris funds wildlife health and conservation studies
In June the Morris Animal Foundation announced the organization had awarded a total of $1.6 million in support of
Laws take aim at wildlife pets
On June 2, Minnesota became the latest state to prohibit residents from possessing dangerous wild animals as pets.
CWD found in New York wildlife
Chronic wasting disease, a transmissible encephalopathy, has been identified in two wild deer in Oneida County, New York.
One Health, wildlife see wins in federal funding
The spending package approved to fund the federal government through the remainder of fiscal year (FY) 2021 provides major wins for veterinarians.
Report details Wildlife Services’ handling of nuisance animals
The federal Wildlife Services program lethally removed 62,000 coyotes as nuisance animals last year. Coyotes reportedly kill more than 300,000…
Slowdown in human activity presents rare opportunity for wildlife researchers
The slowdown in human activity during the COVID-19 pandemic, a period described as “anthropause,” has provided scientists a unique chance to better…
United States seeks ban on China’s wildlife wet markets
The 2003 outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome that claimed 774 lives was merely a prologue to the current COVID-19 pandemic, which had killed…
Australian bushfires a ‘monstrous’ event wreaking havoc on wildlife
Country reels from devastation of unprecedented fire season
Morris Animal Foundation announces grants for wildlife studies
Morris Animal Foundation announced July 11 that it has funded 11 studies to advance the health of wildlife species around the world.
Conserving habitats, ecosystems everywhere key to saving wildlife
The romantic vision of habitat and ecosystem conservation is rather different from the reality.