How does WHA define 'wildlife' and 'wildlife health'?
For us, 'wildlife' includes:
managed and unmanaged populations of native and feral animals, including amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. Invertebrates and free-living fish are also included but are considered of lower priority.
'Wildlife health' means:
the physical, behavioural and social well-being of free-ranging animals at an individual, population and wider ecosystem level, and their resilience to change.