Wildlife Pharmaceuticals Mexico will be hosting its 11th Wildlife Immobilization and Capture Course from March 11 – 15, 2019 at the Tuzoofari Zoo, Tlaxcala Zoo, and Los Venados Ranch. Early registration ends January 30, 2019. For more information, click here.
The ACZM has allocated funds to sponsor the registration costs for one individual to be used towards an ACZM-sponsored exam preparation event. This year, we will have one in association with AAZV/NAG/AAV/AARV/AEMW in Saint Louis in September. These funds are intended to stimulate the participation of colleagues following the “experiential pathway” (previously known as the “alternative pathway”). For more details, click here.
The New York State Wildlife Rehabilitation Council is hosting its 6th Annual Veterinarians’ Professional Wildlife Seminar on Sunday, November 4, 2018. The seminar is in conjunction with the 38th Annual NYSWRC Conference, which runs from November 2-4 in Syracuse, NY. Click here for further information.
Registration is open for the student workshop on Conservation Medicine, One Health, & Wildlife Diseases at the University of Georgia from November 2-4, 2018. Click here for more information.
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This year the Wildlife Disease Association – Australasian Section (WDA-A) will hold a joint meeting with the Asian Society of Conservation Medicine (ASCM) in Bali, Indonesia from the 27th of October to the 5th of November, 2018. This is a unique opportunity to both build links and learn about interconnected wildlife diseases within our region. There is an optional post conference tour open to all. For more details, click here.
Global Wildlife Resources is offering a 3-day wildlife handling course August 14 – 16, 2018 at the Merriam-Powell Research Station at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ. Click here for more details.
The University of Georgia will be hosting a student workshop in Conservation Medicine, One Health, and Wildlife Diseases from November 2 – 4, 2018. Click here for more details.
A study abroad program in Conservation Medicine & Conservation Biology is available during Summer 2019 through the University of Georgia. Click here for more details.
The Emerging and Exotic Diseases of Animals (EEDA) online course will be offered for continuing education (CE) beginning July 25, 2018. The course covers the causes and consequences of foreign animal diseases (FAD), how FAD’s are transmitted and introduced, the entities involved in a response to a FAD outbreak, what to do if a FAD is suspected, how veterinarians can be involved in a FAD response, and effective communication strategies.
For more details and to register, click here.