Surveillance Reports
Wildlife Health Incident Reports
Wild Bird Surveillance News
Australian Bat Lyssavirus Reports

Wildlife Health Incident Reports

Wild Bird Surveillance News

Australian Bat Lyssavirus Reports

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Wildlife Health Incident Reports

Every three months, information submitted to the national electronic Wildlife Health Information System (eWHIS) is collated by WHA and submitted to a quarterly publication: Animal Health Surveillance Quarterly (AHSQ). This publication is produced by Animal Health Australia as part of Australia's national animal health information program. 

AHSQ contains a section on the main wildlife disease incidents that have occurred around the country for that quarter. 

Publications can be searched in the AHSQ Library, and the WHA Reports are below.

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Wild Bird News

National Avian Influenza Wild Bird Surveillance Newsletter is a six-monthly report presenting information on targeted and general wild bird avian influenza surveillance results generated via the National Avian Influenza Wild Bird (NAIWB) Surveillance Program and National Wildlife Health Surveillance System. NAIWB surveillance summaries are also published in Animal Health Surveillance Quarterly.


Wild Bird News June 2021

Wild Bird News December 2020

Wild Bird News June 2020

Wild Bird News December 2019

Wild Bird News June 2019

Wild Bird News December 2018

 

ABLV Bat Stats is a six-monthly report prepared by the WHA Bat Health Focus Group presenting information on Australian bat lyssavirus testing in bats across Australia.