Latest WILDCOMS newsletter now available

The Spring 2018 newsletter from the WILDCOMS network is now published. Newsletter number 20 features reports from the PBMS, Scottish Raptor Health Study, WIIS-Scotland, Garden Wildlife Health, National Fish Tissue Archive, GB Wildlife Disease Surveillance Partnership, Disease Risk Analysis and Health Surveillance and Cardiff University Otter Project. Please navigate to the WILDCOMS website

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