Reports from the Field - Open Access

In August of 2018, as part of the Annual International Wildlife Disease Association Conference, a by-invitation workshop was held to help advance efforts to develop wildlife health programs in nations and regions where these may not yet exist.

The results of that workshop have been summarized as "Proposed Attributes of National Wildlife Health Programs" and will be published in December 2018 in issue 37(3) of the Scientific and Technical Review.

The workshop was supported by a WDA Small Grant and a link to that paper is provided to WDA members as another benefit of membership and product that may help you in your work.

Previous Reports

November 2018

Proposed Attributes of National Wildlife Health Programs – A summarized report from the 2018 Annual International WDA Conference workshop.

November 2017

Pneu Dart: How long is too short? Points to consider when selecting cannula length for remote drug delivery.

June 2017

Anthrax, Spared Calf-Mortality, and Opposite Effects on Two Wildebeest Populations; One With Human Disturbance and One Without by Robert Gainer

April 2017
Bovine Tuberculosis Outreach Day - Organized by the TB in Wildlife Study Group.

June 2016
Treatment for Oiled Wild Birds in New Zealand by The Wildbase Oil Response Team at Massey University.

April 2016:
Allometric Scaling in Drug Dose Calculation by Charles J. Sedgwick

October 2014:
Sound and Fury: Non-Biological Sound for the Selective Capture of Rabies-Infected Bats by Dr. Denny Constantine