We had a great time at the annual WDA/Path Club Wildlife Necropsy. We all learned a lot about wildlife anatomy and pathology. To see more pictures please visit our facebook page “Wildlife Disease Association – University of Tennessee Student Chapter.”
Hey guys! I hope you’re having a good week! Our next meeting will be TOMORROW Wednesday, February 12th at 5pm in Ellington Plant Sciences Room 128. We are very excited to host Dr. David A. Steen, a reptile biologist from Auburn University. Dr. Steen will be discussing “Integrating Reptile Health into Applied and Ecological Field Studies,” as well as his experiences with the Indigo Snake reintroduction and how turtles have been affected by the coal ash spill. Snacks will be provided starting at 4:30pm. See you there!!!
Dr. Steen also authors the highly successful wildlife blog called “Living Alongside Wildlife” (http://www.livingalongsidewildlife.com)
Hey guys!! We will be having our first meeting of the semester on Thursday, January 23rd at 5pm in the Sequoyah Room at the vet school. WDA president, Jill Wilson Bull, will be speaking about her experiences at the Smith-Killborne Foreign Animal Disease Program, as well as wildlife implications involving foreign animal disease. We hope to see you all there!!!
Hey guys! I hope you had an amazing break. We are hoping to have a wildlife necropsy wet lab on Saturday, February 8th, but need at least 20 people interested in attending to pull it off. Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you might like to join us! It’s always a great learning experience and a blast!!!
We will be having a meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, November 20th at 5pm in A118 of the vet school. A118 is the first room on your right when you walk into the brick foyer of the vet school (the entrance down from Pendergrass). Joyce Coombs will be speaking to us about the Pigeon River Restoration Project. We hope to see you all there!!
We have rescheduled our October 9th meeting to October 14th at 5pm in Ellington Plant Sciences Room 113 (the head room). Dr. Ramsay, will be speaking about the “Immobilization of Bear and Elk in Tennessee.” We will be providing Olive Garden too. Hope to see you all there!