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Membership Changes Information | Newsletters

 

If you have any changes to your current membership information without concurrent payment of dues, please address them to the AAWV Secretary:

Dr. Peri Wolff
Secretary, AAWV
Nevada Department of Wildlife
1100 Valley Road
Reno, NV 89521 USA


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Wildlife Health Publication and Information Links

Avian Diseases

Avian Pathology

Disease of Aquatic Organisms

Emerging Infectious Diseases

Journal of Wildlife Diseases

Morris Animal Foundation

National Wildlife Health Center Mortality Reports

NWHC Newsletters

Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study Newsletter Briefs

Wildlife Disease News Digest

AAWV Position Statements & Resolutions

Foothold Traps

Climate Change

Feral Cats

AAWV/AAZV Committee on Wildlife Health and Conservation

Guidelines for Veterinarians Working in in situ Conservation

Member Spotlight - Terry Norton

Member Spotlight - Roberto Aguilar

Member Spotlight - Cindy Driscoll

Maned Wolf Conservation - Nucharin Songasen

Committee on Wildlife Health and Conservation (CWHC)

Committee on Wildlife Health and Conservation 2006 Minutes

Committee on Wildlife Health and Conservation 2005 Minutes

Memorandum of Agreement - AAWV - AAZV

Respiratory Disease in Wild Sheep: Knowledge Gaps and Future Research Workshop April 2007

Workshop Summary

Agenda

Attendees

Working Group A - The Ultimate Study

Working Group B - Ecological Investigation

Working Group C - Disease Outbreak Investigation

Working Group D - Risk Analysis

The Payette Principles

The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Wild Sheep Working Group Report

Respiratory Disease in Wild Sheep Workshop Presentations (PDF Format)

 

 

 

(For more information visit our Meetings Page)

 

 

 

Shipping fever and calf pneumonia in cattle - Trevor R. Ames

A primary infectious agent in bighorn sheep Pasteurellosis: The role of Mycoplasma ovipnuemoniae - Thomas Besser

Ecology of mountain sheep: ramifications for disease transmission and population persistence -Vern C. Bleich

Respiratory Disease in Wild Sheep: Knowledge Gaps and Future Research - Ray Lee

Viruses as predisposing factors to bacterial pneumonia - Howard D. Lumkuhl et al.

Pathologic examination of bighorn sheep pneumonia: advantages and limitations - Kathleen Potter

Respiratory disease in domestic sheep - Mike Sharp

Molecular basis for the enhanced susceptibility of bighorn sheep to pneumonia: How much do we know? - Srikumaran et al.

Attributing causes and effects in free-ranging wildlife: challenges and shifting approaches - Craig Stephen

Pasteurellaceae and other microorganisms involved in respiratory disease - Glen C. Weiser

INFORMATION RESOURCES AND PROGRAMS

Wildlife Biologists, Veterinarians, and Wildlife Disease Specialists: Need and Mechanisms for Improved Collaborations - Michael Hutchins

Grant Opportunities

 

Newsletters

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AAWV News and Reports

New! AAWV Brochure

AAWV Comments December 2006: Chronic Wasting Disease Herd Certification Program and Interstate Movement of Farmed or Captive Deer, Elk, and Moose - Final Rule

AAWV 2006 Member Survey Report

AAWV 2006 Annual Meeting Minutes

AAWV President Report 2003

AAWV Presidents Report 2005

AAWV and AAZV Merger Issue - OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS

AAWV Report to the WDA Council 2005

National Veterinary Services Act Letter MS Word Version

The President's Corner 2005 - Dave Jessup

The President's Corner Winter 2006 - Kirsten Gilardi

News from Al Franzmann, founding President of AAWV

Letter to the Editor of JAVMA - ref: Feral Cats

 

Current Issues and Questionnaires

Proposed By Law Changes 2011

AAWV Comments December 2006: Chronic Wasting Disease Herd Certification Program and Interstate Movement of Farmed or Captive Deer, Elk, and Moose - Final Rule

Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Comments: Chronic Wasting Disease Herd Certification Program and Interstate Movement of Farmed or Captive Deer, Elk, and Moose - Final Rule

Veterinary Education Questionnaire 2005 Letter Link (Word doc)

National Fish and Wildlife Health Initiative - International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies

National Fish and Wildlife Health Initiative - 2006

AAWV Foot Hold Trap Position Statement

Disease Updates

Chonic Wasting Disease Update

CWD Updates from West Virginia

Click Here for CWD Map Link

Chronic Wasting Disease Alliance Link

Avian Influenza Fact Sheet- Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study (PDF file)

 

In Memoriam:

Drs. E. Tom Thorne and Elizabeth S. Williams died in a tragic accident while traveling from Laramie to Ft. Collins on December 29th, 2004.

 With their passing, the wildlife health and veterinary world lost two of its brightest stars.

We also lost two of our hardest working, most dedicated, funniest and finest friends.

They were two of the founders of AAWV.

There is much to say about Tom and Beth in memoriam, but that will have to wait until we have time to mourn their loss and appreciate the meaning of their lives.

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