Wildlife Diseases

Abubakar Muhammad, Rajput Z I, Arshed M J, Sarwar G & Ali Q2011Evidence of peste des petits ruminants virus (PPRV) infection in Sindh Ibex (Capra aegagrus blythi) in Pakistan as confirmed by detection of antigen and antibody
Aguilar X F2018PPR Virus Threatens Wildlife Conservation
Almberg Emily, Manlove K, Cassirer E F et al2016Modeling Management Strategies for the Control of Bighorn Sheep Respiratory Disease
Bodisaikhan K2017Peste Des Petits Ruminants (PPR) In Saiga Antelope In Mongolia
Cassirer E F et al.2018Pneumonia in bighorn sheep: Risk and resilience
EFSA AHAW Panel2015African swine fever – EFSA Panel on Animal Health and Welfare (AHAW)
FAO2017Alarm as lethal plague detected among rare Mongolian antelope
Gavier-Widén D, Gortázar C, Ståhl K et al2015African swine fever in wild boar in Europe: a notable challenge
Heinse Laura M, Hardesty L H & Harris Richard B2016Risk of Pathogen Spillover to Bighorn Sheep from Domestic Sheep and Goat Flocks on Private Land
Kinne J, Kreutzer R, Kreutzer M, Werner U & Wohlsein P2010Peste des petits ruminants in Arabian wildlife
Kock Richard2018Peste des Petits Ruminants in saiga antelopes
Marks Simon2018Spread of swine fever raises alarm in Europe
Ministry of Environment and Food of Denmark2018Latest News about the Avian Influenza (bird flu)
National Parks ServiceundatedBighorn Sheep Pneumonia
Ostrowski Stéphane, Thiaucourt F, Amirbekov M et al2011Fatal Outbreak of Mycoplasma capricolum Pneumonia in Endangered Markhors
Pence D B & Ueckermann E2002Sarcoptic Mange in Wildlife.
Penrith Mary-Louise2009African swine fever
Wildlife Conservation Society2018PPR Virus Poses Threat to Conservation
World Organisation for Animal Health OIE2013Peste des petits ruminants: Aetiology Epidemiology Diagnosis Prevention and Control References
World Organisation for Animal Health OIE2015Global Strategy for the Control and eradicaction of PPR
World Organisation for Animal Health OIE2018Peste des petits ruminants – World Map
World Organisation for Animal Health OIE2018Update on avian influenza in animals (types H5 and H7)
Gogin A, Gerasimov V, Malogolovkin A & Kolbasov D2012African swine fever in the North Caucasus region and the Russian Federation in years 2007–2012
Serrano Emmanuel, Lopez-Olvera Jorge Ramon & Granados Torres José E.2018Attempts to control sarcoptic mange in Iberian Ibex populations: lessons from uncoordinated disease management actions in the field
D’Ambrosio Matt 2019African Farmers and Cornell Wildlife Conservationists Unite to Resolve Age-Old Conflict
Stokke Sigbjørn, Brainerd Scott & Arnemo Jon M2017Metal Deposition of Copper and Lead Bullets in Moose Harvested in Fennoscandia
Molvar Eric (The Hill)2019How sheep ranching spreads disease
Roos Eduard2019Why warthogs are useful in figuring out how bovine TB spreads
Vila A R et al.2019Putative parapoxvirus-associated foot disease in the endangered huemul deer (Hippocamelus bisulcus) in Bernardo O’Higgins National Park, Chile
Denker K U & Denker H2015Kudu Population Dynamics with special reference to the periodic outbreak of rabies amongst greater kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros) in Central Namibia
Gummow B2003A survey of zoonotic diseases contracted by South African veterinarians
APHISundatedBrucellosis and Yellowstone Bison
National Academies Press2017Revisiting Brucellosis in the Greater Yellowstone Area
Repanshek Kurt (National Parks Traveler)2017Yellowstone Bison, America’s National Mammal, Stigmatized in Montana
Vila A R et al.2019Putative parapoxvirus-associated foot disease in the endangered huemul deer (Hippocamelus bisulcus) in Bernardo O’Higgins National Park, Chile
Wilkinson Todd (National Geographic)2016How Ranching and Hunting Shape Protections for Bison and Elk
Flueck W T & Smith‑Flueck J-A2017Troubling disease syndrome in endangered live Patagonian huemul deer (Hippocamelus bisulcus) from the Protected Park Shoonem: unusually high prevalence of osteopathology
Huemul Task Force.2012Reassessment of morphology and historical distribution as factors in conservation efforts for endangered Patagonian huemul deer Hippocamelus bisulcus
Flueck W T & Smith‑Flueck J-A2012Diseases of red deer introduced to Patagonia and implications for native ungulates
Dorsey Patt (Backcountry Hunters and Anglers)2019Is CWD an ethical issue?
Greenwood Veronique (The New York Times)2019A Brutal Disease Kills Monkeys. Flies Could Be Spreading It
Guynup Sharon (National Geographic)2014The Latest Threat to Siberian Tigers: Canine Distemper
Kroakow Morgan2019Endangered panthers are stumbling as though they’ve been poisoned and scientists don’t know why
Wilkinson Todd (MOJO)2019Wildlife Diseases: A Global Expert Takes Stock Of Greater Yellowstone
Wilkinson Todd (Mountain Journal)2017Greater Yellowstone’s Coming Plague
Camenzind Franz (Mountain Journal)2019It’s Time To Get The Lead Out Of Hunting Ammo
Cassirer F et al.2018Pneumonia in Bighorn Sheep: A Recent Review
Garwood T J et al. (NMSGC)2018Selective Removal May Lead to Recovery of Ailing Bighorn Sheep Herds
McKeanAndrew & Carmichel Jim2019Is Game Meat Shot With Lead Safe To Eat?
McTee Mike (Journal of Mountain Hunting)2019Lead Bullets: Hunting for Clarity in a Controversy
Thuermer Angus M2019Bird group puts lead ammunition in the crosshairs
Yorke Rob (The Shooting Gazette)2019We need to talk about lead shot
CAB International2019Chrysomya bezziana (Old World screw-worm)
European Association of Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarians2019Old World Screwworm
Kennedy Tony2019Wasting disease puts deer farms under fire
Myers John2019Down on the deer farm, chronic wasting disease is critical issue
Oberem Peter2019Dangers of Residue from Tranquilising Drugs
Wilkinson Todd (Mountain Journal)2019Public Health Official: Chronic Wasting Disease Seems Bound To Infect People
OIE Technical Disease Card2013Screwworm (Old World and New World)
Wilkinson Todd (Mountain Journal)2017America’s National Elk Refuge: A ‘Miasmic Zone Of Life-Threatening Diseases’
Wilkinson Todd (Mountain Journal)2017Chronic Wasting Disease Strikes Montana And Continues Its March On Yellowstone
Wilkinson Todd (Mountain Journal)2017The Undeniable Value of Wolves, Bears, Lions And Coyotes In Battling Disease
Christ Costas2019This is the future of safaris in Africa
Hark Miranda 2020What’s killing our wild sheep?
Katani Robab (Penn State)2019Bushmeat may breed deadly bacteria
Mosig Reidl P, Muñoz Lacy L G & Cooney R (CITES Case Study)2019Bighorn Sheep hunting and trophy trade in Mexico
Devonshire-Ellis Chris2020Covid-19 Carriers: What Do China’s Wildlife Protection Laws Say about Pangolins?
Hansen H et al.2019CWD in Norway – A State of Emergency for the Future of Cervids
Hoffman Steve2020CWD panel looks deep into the disease at discussion in Brainerd
Mysterud Atle et al.2019Efficacy of Recreational Hunters and Marksmen for Host Culling to Combat Chronic Wasting Disease in Reindeer
Wang Yan2019The plight of the pangolin in China
Cullingham Catherine2020How genetic testing is helping scientists save animals from disease and illegal hunting
Urbina Ian (The New York Times)2018Poisoned Wildlife and Tainted Meat: Why hunters are moving away from lead bullets.
160 Organizations and 140 Individuals2020Open letter to World Health Organisation and United Nations Environment Programme
Duncan John2020Covid-19 Hits Conservation Efforts
Halleux Vivienne (European Parliamentary Research Service)2020Coronavirus and the trade in wildlife
Nasi Robert & Fa John E2020COVID-19-led ban on wild meat could take protein off the table for millions of forest dwellers by
Peterson Christine2019Faced with chronic wasting disease, what’s a hunting family to do?
Roe Dilys2020Despite COVID-19, using wild species may still be the best way to save them
SemcerCatherine E (PERC)2020Coronavirus Pandemic Highlights the Vulnerability of African Wildlife Conservation
Settele J, Díaz S, Brondizio E & Daszak P2020COVID-19 Stimulus Measures Must Save Lives, Protect Livelihoods, and Safeguard Nature to Reduce the Risk of Future Pandemics
Wingfield Michael John, Wingfield Brenda & Crous Casparus J2020Tree diseases can change entire landscapes and must be taken seriously
Hurley Kevin2017Wildlife Professionals + Citizen Scientists!
Arroyo-Quiroz Inés2020International wildlife trade: research and COVID-19
Kays Roland2020Can Asia end its uncontrolled consumption of wildlife? Here’s how North America did it a century ago
Soltis P, Cook J & Yanagihara R2020Museums preserve clues that can help scientists predict and analyze future pandemics
Steyl Johan2020Diseases of South African Wild Ruminants
Fobar Rachel (National Geographic)2020China promotes bear bile as coronavirus treatment, alarming wildlife advocates
Roe Dilys, Amy Dickman et. al2020Beyond banning wildlife trade: COVID-19, conservation and development
Lindsey Peter et al.2020Conserving Africa’s wildlife and wildlands through the COVID-19 crisis and beyond
Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management2020The COVID-19 challenge: Zoonotic diseases and wildlife. Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management’s four guiding principles to reduce risk from zoonotic diseases and build more collaborative approaches in human health and wildlife management.
Kanstrup Niels & Thomas Vernon G2020Transitioning to lead-free ammunition use in hunting: socio-economic and regulatory considerations for the European Union and other jurisdictions
Nicole Wendee 2020In the face of a global pandemic, how can conservation efforts reduce the chance that poaching will spread disease?
Vaughan Carson2020How do climate change, migration and a deadly disease in sheep alter our understanding of pandemics?
Robbins Jim (New York Times)2020Using Wolves as First Responders Against a Deadly Brain Disease
Ahmed Sher2020Parasites of markhor, urial and Chiltan wild goat in Pakistan
Nuwer Rachel2020Africa’s Pandemic-fueled Conservation Crisis
Mcginlay James et al.2020The Impact of COVID-19 on the Management of European Protected Areas and Policy Implications
Chukwu Ngozi Doris2020The Effects of COVID-19 on the Wild Life Tourism
Santana C2020COVID-19, other zoonotic diseases and wildlife conservation
Quammen David (NYT)2021And Then the Gorillas Started Coughing
IUCN WCPA2021PARKS: The International Journal of Protected Areas and Conservation (Special Issue 27 on COVID-19, March 2021)
BirdLife South Africa2021Lead poisoning in vultures
Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust2021Did lead ammunition almost drive California condors to extinction?
Gibson James William2021Deadly Disease Outbreak in Breeder Deer Threaten Texas’ 3.9 Million Whitetails
Vyawahare Malavika2021Congo’s bongos are in danger, and curbs on trophy hunting could save them
Elkan P W, Parnell R & Smith D2009A die-off of large ungulates following a Stomoxys biting fly out-break in lowland forest, northern Republic of Congo
Charlie Booher2022A Chance to Stop Chronic Wasting Disease