Journal archives for April 2020

April 01, 2020

Wildlife Health Network Resources

wildlife health network

There is a wealth of information available about wildlife health, diseases, and conservation. Explore the links below to learn more about wildlife health topics that may be of interest to you. If you come across a resource not listed here, feel free to add it in the comments section.
-List updated 4/01/20-

Animal & Human Health for the Environment And Development (AHEAD)
http://www.wcs-ahead.org/index.html

Australian Registry of Wildlife Health
http://www.arwh.org/

Bayer Bee Health
https://beehealth.bayer.us/home

Beak Deformities in Landbirds- Alaska Science Center
https://on.doi.gov/2UKmtU0

Bighorn Sheep Disease Research Consortium
http://www.bighornhealth.org/

Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative
http://www.cwhc-rcsf.ca/

Chronic Wasting Disease Alliance
http://www.cwd-info.org/

EcoHealth Alliance
http://www.ecohealthalliance.org/about/

Garden Wildlife Health
http://www.gardenwildlifehealth.org/

Honey Bee Health Coalition
https://honeybeehealthcoalition.org/

House Finch eye disease- Cornell Lab of Ornithology
https://feederwatch.org/learn/house-finch-eye-disease/

LafeberVet
http://lafeber.com/vet/

Sea Star Wasting Syndrome- MARINe
https://www.eeb.ucsc.edu/pacificrockyintertidal/data-products/sea-star-wasting/

USGS National Wildlife Health Center
https://www.usgs.gov/centers/nwhc

Wildlife Health Information Sharing Partnership (WHISPers)
Mortality Reporting System
https://whispers.usgs.gov/home

White-Nose Syndrome Response Team
https://www.whitenosesyndrome.org/

Wildlife Health Australia
https://www.wildlifehealthaustralia.com.au/

World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE)
http://www.oie.int/en/

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April 11, 2020

PRESS RELEASE: RABBIT HEMORRHAGIC DISEASE (RHDV2) ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO

On April 2, 2020, the Foreign Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (FADDL) confirmed RHDV2 in a wild black-tailed jackrabbit and wild cottontails in New Mexico, representing the first detection of this virus in wild rabbits in the United States. On April 8th, the laboratory confirmed that a cottontail and black-tailed jackrabbit had died from RHDV2 in Arizona.

AZDA press release Rabbit Virus 4-2020

https://agriculture.az.gov/news/press-release-rabbit-hemorrhagic-disease-arizona

National Wildlife Health Center Wildlife Health Bulletin 2020-04: https://www.usgs.gov/media/files/rabbit-hemorrhagic-disease-virus-2-confirmed-wild-rabbits-us

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