CLICK to LISTEN to Dr. Deborah McCauley on NPR podcast LAST WEEK, July 2019 Sarah M.: Deborah McCauley is a veterinarian, but she doesn't treat fluffy the cat or sparky the dog, she treats tigers and wolverines and rhinos. McCauley is founder and executive director of...read more
VIEW is collaborating with state and federal agencies to conduct two disease surveillance pilot projects to investigate the health status of wild bison.
Photo of bison taken the 15th of August near The Teton Mountain range in the Greater Yellowstone Region.read more
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Dr. Ginger Stout testing elephant blood for Elephant Herpes Virus (EEHV) with Dr. Amir Sadaula in the NTNC diagnostic lab. NTNC is now able to do PCR to determine if there is an active infection of the herpes virus in an individual.read more
After many years we have just now been allowed to bring Bengal tiger samples from Nepal for analysis in the US. These samples will be analyzed for important feline diseases, including canine distemper. Read more about our Tiger disease project at the Experiment...read more
This year, our partner National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC) has invested in developing a molecular genetics lab at the Biodiversity and Conservation Center in Sauraha, Chitwan on the edge of Chitwan National Park. This facility will allow Dr. Amir Sadaula to...read more
I went on an elephant call today with Dr. Gairhe to vaccinate a couple of young Government elephant bulls for rabies and to trim their tails. I didn't know what that was about, but soon learned that people prize the super course hairs of an elephant tail to make into...read more
Dr. Kaufman here in Kathmandu. Weather is great, spring is definitely in the air. BUT air quality in Kathmandu is not good at all. Roads are being ripped up to install new water pipes all over the city and it's the dry season, so dust is everywhere. Many people...read more
Remember the orphaned baby rhino from Chitwan NP last spring who was attacked by a tiger? He is doing well at his new home at Central Zoo in Kathmandu.read more
VIEW NTNC Veterinarian Dr. Amir examines an orphaned baby leopard near our field laboratory. On 8 May 2015, found only a few days old, two baby leopards were brought into NTNC-BBC by Chitwan National Park from Lahan community of Siraha District in east Nepal. At...read more
5 Years in Nepal
Read our 5 Year Progress Report 2012-2017 and see what we’ve accomplished. We’re really proud of our work in wildlife health capacity building.