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Three tigers drinking from the river

Restoring elephant migrations, understanding new diseases, managing avian influenza, and more! Check out our latest Wildlife Health Update: Winter 2023-24 newsletter issue.
Cornell vet student Carolina Baquerizo in Uganda with field team

Explore the rich tapestry of experiences among our faculty, staff, students, and alumni working to protect the health of gorillas, cheetahs, tigers, sloths, dholes, sea turtles, hornbills, vultures—and more.
Bat flying

Celebrating our alumni, students, faculty and more! Also read our featured article about an immediate way to lower pandemic risk by leaving bats alone.
Cornell veterinarians with students treating a pelican

Our winter newsletter is out! Read the latest stories about our newly launched Student Support Fund, dholes, deadly amphibian fungus, endangered sharks, and more!
A Bison drinking water from the Yellowstone River by Christine Bogdanowicz

Check out our fall newsletter! In this edition— A CWHC Whirlwind Tour, Bliss in KAZA, Moose, Eles, Dolphins, Birds, Bats and Beyond— and student and alumni "profiles in wildlife health!”
Sally Lightfoot Crab portrait

Our summer newsletter is out now! Read about what our scientists and students have been busy with in the field, including Galápagos pollution, chimpanzees, avian flu, preventing pandemics and more! 
Tiger painted on a building in Thimphu, Bhutan

In recognition of the Year of the Tiger, we highlight stories about our work focused on ensuring a future for wild tigers for years to come. We also share updates on our work with moose, bald eagles, and more!

Check out our latest issue - To Do the Greatest Good edition - highlighting recent stories on our work to advance One Health and wildlife conservation efforts around the world! 
Cornell vet student with giraffe

Celebrating students and alumni who, while in the early stages of their exciting One Health careers, truly embody our emphasis on impact, teamwork, leadership, and engagement at a range of scales, from local to global.
Wild bee with pollen on flower

Sharing the Spring 2021 edition of our e-newsletter...we are all essentially hitchhiking together on an incredibly unique, not-all-that-big orb floating in space...