Sep, 6 2023 | News
Wildlife Health Australia is proud to announce the start of the organisation’s commitment to reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with the submission of its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) to Reconciliation Australia. As part of this work, Wildlife Health Australia is delighted to announce the engagement of Lani Balzan through her company ‘Aboriginal Art by Lani’ to partner with the organisation to imagine and produce artwork that signifies WHA’s relationship with and advocacy for native wildlife.
Jun, 9 2023 | News
An essential decision support tool for wildlife and One Health.
May, 26 2023 | News
Acknowledging the tens of millennia of stewardship and conservation of Australia’s wildlife by First Nations peoples.
Mar, 3 2023 | News
Celebrating World Wildlife Day through some of the programs WHA coordinates for Australia’s unique wildlife.
Jan, 11 2023 | News
Wildlife Health Australia warmly welcomes the announcement of Professor Peter Bridgewater as its new Chair.
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Jan, 4 2022 | News
Wildlife Health Australia (WHA) leads national action to respond to emerging health issues affecting Australia’s wildlife. Today, you can join us, donate to our conservation projects or follow us to protect our unique and precious wildlife.
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.