It is not easy to find out what work is available in Wildlife and Conservation or how to move into that career path. The experience of others working in the field can be very useful.
This biennial event provides an opportunity for researchers, vets, rehabilitation groups and policy makers from across Australia to come together to share the latest information about sea turtle health and rehabilitation.
Wildlife Research and Conservation 2019 (WRC2019) aims to foster an exchange of ideas between wildlife scientists from different disciplines.
Welcome to the 2019 Wildlife Disease Association's annual conference. This year we are lucky enough to be hosted by our new chairperson Scott Carver in Tasmania.