Globally, emergent wildlife diseases, human-wildlife disease interactions, ecosystem health, and environmental contamination are increasingly significant issues of concern. Through applied research and collaboration with wildlife health professionals, BRI’s Wildlife Health Program will enhance science-based conservation strategies and policy implementation. Our research will help improve the health and integrity of wildlife and the habitats upon which they depend, and in turn, improve environmental conditions for human communities.
Fully equipped for mobile anesthesia and surgery, BRI’s wildlife veterinarians can offer technical veterinary expertise for wildlife research projects such as satellite transmitter implantations. By providing the highest standard of veterinary care, BRI promotes both ethical treatment of individuals as well as successful research outcomes.
The Wildlife Health Program utilizes in house diagnostic capabilities through BRI’s wildlife pathology and analytical labs.
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