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Amanda Bielecki in the lab holding up a sample

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This past spring, Cornell veterinary student Amanda Bielecki, DVM '25, gave an oral presentation at the 79th Annual Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies conference about lead exposure in bobcats and fishers.
Steve Osofsky standing in front of elephants

The American Veterinary Epidemiology Society announced 10 new honorary diplomats during the annual meeting of the American Veterinary Medical Association this year, including Cornell's Dr. Steve Osofsky, DVM ’89.
Sarah Balik examines a sea turtle.

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While she’s now nearing the completion of a two-year Veterinary Fellowship at the National Aquarium, Sarah Balik ‘15, DVM ‘19, clearly recalls experiences she had as a Cornell veterinary student that set her on her current path.
Cornell staff member Helen Lee in Kyrgyzstan

Helen Lee, assistant director of wildlife health and health policy at the College of Veterinary Medicine, talks about the many different responsibilities of her role and the journey that led her back to Cornell where she feels her work is making a difference for wildlife and conservation.
A Spotted salamander shown on leaves by Christine Bogdanowicz.

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Rivaling the wildebeest migration of the Serengeti, the great Ithaca salamander migration is truly a wildlife spectacle! 
Tatiana Weisbrod feeding milk in a bottle to a baby manatee.

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Cornell alumna Tatiana Weisbrod, DVM ‘17, once thought medical school was in her future, until she came across the Cornell AQUAVET® program, which changed the trajectory of her career.
Red-tailed Hawk BirdCams screen grap of 3 young birds on the Cornell campus nest.

Three nestlings from the Cornell hawks' nest were treated for maggots in their ears at the Janet L. Swanson Wildlife Hospital and were then placed back safely in their nest.
Mio Ito with parrot

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Anyone who knows me will know that I am an avid bird lover. From backyard chickens to falconry raptors, I love them all. But one group of birds holds a special place in my heart: the psittacines, more commonly known as the parrot family....
White-headed Vulture by Hans Jurgen-Mager (mKElVrmjoFM-unsplash) shown perched in a tree.

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With the help of Dr. Martin Gilbert, Cornell veterinary student Christel-Remy Kuck, DVM '24, lends a hand to struggling vulture populations at VulPro, South Africa through Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine's Expanding Horizons International Education Program.
Indian leopard sitting in a tree

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Welcome to the Living with Leopards Project student intern blog. Join us as we explore the implications of human-leopard conflict in the Himalayan foothills, reporting from Chitwan National Park, Nepal.