A new wildlife health tracking website developed by the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative at the University of Guelph is getting the public involved in tracking wildlife health.
“The health of wildlife, domestic animals, humans, and the environment are all connected,” says Reist, who is supervised by OVC pathobiology professor Claire Jardine and the CWHC’s Jane Parmley. “By tracking wildlife disease, we will learn more about conditions affecting wildlife health and can develop and implement better programs to protect wildlife health in Ontario.
Read the entire article by OVC SPARK writer Sydney Pearce on the U of G’s Office of Research website.
Mark describes more about his work in this video from the Ontario Animal Health Network.
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