Haith's PRO Blog
Working as a wildlife vet in Kenya conjures up images of helicopters, four-wheel-drive vehicles, capture guns and an army of field workers and anti-poaching rangers.
Andy Beer (Royal Zoological Society of Scotland) and Simon King (Haith's) attended the World Pheasant Association's Conservation Breeding Advisory Group Avicultural Day (at Cotswold Wildlife Park) Saturday, 7th February, 2015
John and Margaret Cooper will be presenting a seminar and workshop on veterinary forensics at VetsSouth 2015, a large veterinary conference in Exeter in February.
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A WORKSHOP IN KENYA - DISCUSSES HEALTH, DISEASES AND PATHOLOGY OF MONKEYS AND APES/OUR NEAREST RELATIVES?
Non-human primates (monkeys and apes) face many threats, amongst them poaching, destruction of habitat and infectious disease.