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Wildlife Vets International has been providing expert training and support to vets and biologists on the conservation frontline since 2004.
Saving species from extinction is a complicated puzzle. There’s no quick fix and the challenges we face are immense. Poaching, habitat loss and pollution are just some of the huge problems that are made worse by unexpected outbreaks of disease.
Controlling wildlife disease – detecting, treating and mitigating it – is a vital part of the conservation puzzle. Understanding the difference between emerging and endemic disease can make all the difference to saving endangered species.
Rehabilitation of sick and injured animals can play an important role, along with planned reintroductions and translocations.
WVI works with a wide range of partners and species across the world from Amur tigers in Russia and forest elephants in Africa, to birdlife in Mauritius and sea turtles in the Mediterranean. We believe the sharing of knowledge is crucial to successfully save endangered species.
Together we can train more people on the conservation frontline to use veterinary science so that wildlife can survive and thrive.