New blog presents wildlife health field stories

One of the first posts on Wildlife Health Cornell’s new blog looks at snowy owls in New York state. ©Russ

A new blog offers firsthand accounts of wildlife health researchers in the field across the globe.

Blogs from the Field is published by Wildlife Health Cornell, one of the university’s Centers for Excellence, which specializes in wildlife and ecosystem health.

The new blog offers glimpses into work done in far-flung locations and those closer to home, from the search for the Asian wild dog (Cuon alpinus) in East Java, Indonesia to snowy owls (Bubo scandiacus) in New York state.

Check out the blog here.