PBMS gives talk to Institute of Zoology

Lee Walker, lead scientist for the Predatory Bird Monitoring Scheme recently gave a talk on ‘Assessing risk to wildlife from anticoagulant rodenticides’ as part of the Institute of Zoology and Royal Veterinary College’s MSc course on Wildlife Animal Health.

“This was a great opportunity to talk to the next generation of wildlife vets about how monitoring can inform our assessment of  exposure to and risks from rodenticides in wildlife” Lee commented. “We view this as part of our wider stakeholder engagement for the scheme”.

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