Reminder to report dead antichinus, sugar gliders etc.

University of Melbourne and the Faculty of Veterinary Science investigate reports of sick & dead wildlife from free ranging populations in Victoria to understand baseline wildlife health & detect changes. This is important because wildlife health can affect biodiversity conservation & ecosystem health, & interact with biosecurity & the health of domestic animals & people. The attached Wildlife health surveillance Vic flier April 2014 indicates what species they are interested in at the moment

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