RE: Wildlife Histology??
Some (maybe all) state veterinary laboratories work on wildlife cases. The
one I am familiar with is the Wyoming state vet lab in Laramie. Maybe Gayle
Callis does some wildlife work up in Montana.
There are also many US federal agriculture/vet labs that do wildlife work.
From: Amos Brooks [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 8:45 AM
Subject: Wildlife Histology??
Hi, I seem to remember someone mentioning histology on wildlife. A
researcher here has a son who is interested in the laboratory but really
has a "Call of the wild" bug. He really wants to work with wildlife. I
said the two don't usually go together unless he was interested in
vetrinary histology or pathology in a situation where he was responsible
for acquiring the specimens too. The researcher became very interested but
I didn't have much more information to give him so I was hoping someone
here could elaborate. If you have worked in this or know someone who has
I'd like to hear about it and I'll pass on the info. (Or look into it my
self if it sounds like I might want to do instead, hehe) Thanks a bunch,
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