The Australian Wildlife Health Network
A guest blogger on the Wildlife Disease News Digest
Have a look around the website and check out what’s new! For example, we have a new Resources page (this replaces our previous ‘Bulletin Board”) which provides links to current wildlife health information and resources using a number of different categories and areas of interest with a focus on Australia. Click on the link and explore.
We have also reorganised our Useful Links page. If you would like to post some news or a key wildlife health resource – please let us know. Find out more about our Programs and Projects or download our current or previous Newsletters. And of course our Fact Sheets are also still available.
For those living or visiting Australia, don't forget that you can report any suspicious signs of disease or deaths in wildlife by contacting your local AWHN Wildlife Coordinator.
An Invitation to the Network
- Receiving a weekly electronic digest by email of wildlife health information relevant to Australia and the Region
- Receiving ad hoc disease incident notifications and information requests via email, and
- The opportunity to contribute articles, requests and information to the digest
A Big Thanks!
AWHN would like to thank all of our Supporters (click on link to view who they are) and say a special thank you to everyone involved in updating the website.
The Australian Wildlife Health Network Team
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Use the Digest to share your announcements about the latest wildlife disease developments, education and employment opportunities, or any other tidbits of information that you feel is valuable. Don't be shy. If you don't want to write your own announcement, just tell us about it and we will take it from there, but you have to email us your ideas at email@example.com. Help your community of Digest readers stay abreast of the ever changing landscape of wildlife disease.