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Our greatest strength is our ability to engage a large and varied group of stakeholders, many of whom may have valuable information, expertise and experience with wildlife health issues, and can participate in discussions on these issues through WHA.

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Background on avian influenza in wild birds
Background on avian influenza in wild birds
There have been two recent detections of avian influenza in two poultry farms in country Victoria. These strains of avian influenza are different...
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Wildlife Health Australia celebrates National Reconciliation Week
Wildlife Health Australia celebrates National Reconciliation Week
WHA has committed to using the opportunity offered by National Reconciliation Week in 2024 to reflect on our aspirations and actions towards...
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Celebrating World Veterinary Day
Celebrating World Veterinary Day

Celebrating World Veterinary Day in 2024 with our partner, Sea World Foundation, and their Head Veterinarian, Dr Claire Madden.

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Wildlife Health Australia aims to link, inform and support people and organisations who work with or have an interest in wildlife health across Australia through technical advice, facilitation, communications and professional support.