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Wildlife Diseases So What ?
Domestic Animal — Wildlife Connection Foot and Mouth Disease Rinderpest
Wildlife Conservation Responsible Stewardship Diseases
Wildlife Diseases Who Cares ?
Public Health Who Cares? Lyme disease
Domestic Animal Health Who Cares? Rinderpest
Wildlife Managers Who Cares?
Conservationists Who Cares?
Public Land Managers Who Cares?
Homeland Defense Who Cares?
Military Who Cares?
The General Public Who Cares?
YOU! Who Cares?
Who has the expertise? Federal Agencies State and Local Agencies Universities Non-profits
Who Is Responsible? Everybody = Nobody
Needed: A System Surveillance Reporting Response Prevention
Needed: A CDC for wildlife “Safer Healthier Wildlife”
Do We Have One? Well kind of.... But not exactly...
Answer the questions Which animals live in the sea?
Protective Agencies Natural Resources Unit Nontraditional Agriculture.
Monkeys and Apes Endangered? How can you help?. Who’s endangered? Global Warming puts just about every one of the 28,270 known animals at risk of becoming.
Defenders of Wildlife By Kevin Moran. Purpose of the Defenders of Wildlife Preserving our nation’s native wildlife species and habitats Preserving our.
Wildlife Management Practices and Techniques. What is Wildlife Management It is an important part of wildlife conservation. It is the ability to manipulate.
City Wildlife. The goals for this unit are to: Understand that wildlife does not just have to be in a jungle or a rural environment; it can be in a city,
By: Helena Brantz Period 2 APES-Rall. Draft Years: 1973, 1982, 1985, 1988 National Scope: First signed by Nixon in As of November 2011, there.
Careers for Graduates of OSU’s Natural Resource Ecology and Management Department.
The Battle Against Disease 4-H Veterinary Science Extension Veterinary Medicine Texas AgriLife Extension Service College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical.
Endangered Species Preservation Act Passed by Congress in 1966 Provided a means for listing native species as endangered – Gave them limited protection.
Sources Commonwealth Enterprise Portal: Animal Extinction and Endangerment:
Conservation of Endangered Species. The Endangered Species Preservation Act was passed in This act was replaced in 1969 with the Endangered Species.
Cabinet Departments of the Executive Branch
Environmental Legislation and Agencies Review. Sets a time table for phasing out ozone- depleting substances.
Name that Legislatio n! Review. Sets a time table for phasing out ozone- depleting substances.
The Environment Around My School What do I predict that I will find around my school that creates a healthy environment for plants and animals? The Environment.
We Dream of a World … Bella-Candy-Elina-Ian-Joanne- Jorge-Joshua-Nicholas-Ryan- Sophie-Sheryl-Sean-Tansy-Vickie- Vincent-Yuki-Zender.
GIS in Wildlife Management c 6 H. Endangered Species What are they? A species, plant or animal, that has been identified as likely to become extinct.
Project for Small Groups Wildlife Pathogen and Disease Surveillance Dr. Scott McBurney Wildlife Pathologist, Canadian Cooperative Wildlife Health Centre.
Endangered Species Act of 1973, 1982, 1985, and 1988 By: Nicole Wypychowski Period 6 President Nixon signed the bill December 28, 1973 ESA is administered.
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