Upcoming Events

This section provides links to upcoming events that may be relevant to wildlife health professionals. Listed events focus on Australia but also include information on events from overseas.

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«January 2020»


Wildlife Group Congress 2020

Onderstepoort, South Africa

The Wildlife Group of the SAVA conference will be held at the Arnold Theiler Building, Lecture Hall 1-35 at the Faculty of Veterinary Science of the University of Pretoria at Onderstepoort, Pretoria, South Africa. The 3-day conference on 5,6 and 7 March 2020 is preceded by a workshop day.

Main topics of the conference will cover but are not limited to: Immobilisation, Infectious diseases, Clinical case studies, Captive breeding and Environmental and One Health.

The conference aims to provide an international platform for researchers and veterinarians with an interest in wildlife and wildlife management to present their knowledge and experience. Please submit an original research paper/ abstract, review of recent topics relevant to wildlife or zoo veterinarians or a case study for oral and poster presentations and publication in the conference proceedings.

Deadline for abstract submission: 30 November 2019.
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Upcoming events

The University of Sydney

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Workshops with a wildlife focus


WHA and AusVet Animal Health Services have previously run a 3-day wildlife focused Quantum GIS mapping workshop and 2-day Wildlife Epidemiology workshop.  These workshops were both a great success, not only providing participants with new skills but also an opportunity to exchange ideas with others working with wildlife in a variety of ways.

WHA will work with AusVet to run further workshops for wildlife professionals, so if you are interested in participating please let us know.  
Click here>> to find out what training courses are currently available from the AusVet website and let us know at admin@wildlifehealthaustralia.com.au which you topics you may be interested in, or even propose your own topic. 
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