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Proceedings of the World Association of Wildlife Veterinarians Wildlife Sessions, (2002), WAWV Acknowledgements

Session 1. Health issues of captive and re-introduced wildlife
Session 2. 
Wildlife Heath Issue
Session 3: Wildlife Utilization and Trade Issues
Session 4.   Avian Medicine including Aviculture Issues in the Middle East

Dubai Falcon Hospital: The first specialist hospital for raptors in the Middle East.
T. A. Bailey, al Muhairi, H., A. Di Somma, C. Silvanose & D. O’Donovan
 

Session 1.  Health issues of captive and re-introduced wildlife

Health surveillance planning and implementation in translocation programs.
A.W. Sainsbury

Veterinary monitoring for re-introduction projects: Scimitar-horned oryx (Oryx dammah) in southern Tunisia.
G.L. D` Alterio 

Captive breeding and reintroduction of Arabian mountain and sand gazelles in Saudi Arabia.
O. B. Mohammed, T.W. Wacher, I.A. Nader & S.M. Mubarak 

Control of gazelle parasites at King Khalid Wildlife Research Centre (KKWRC), Saudi Arabia.
O.B. Mohammed

Brucellosis and paratuberculosis in a Nubian Ibex (Capra ibex nubiana) - A case report.
M. Wazed Ali Mollah & P.A. McKinney

Anaesthesia of the wild mammals of Tunisia.
A.  Ennaïfer

Comparative study and prevalence of periodontal disease in Panthera onca kept in captivity and in the wild.
M.A. Gioso

Experiences with establishing a ‘semi-free’ ranging population of Arabian Oryx in the United Arab Emirates
L. Molnar
 

Session 2.  Wildlife Heath Issues
 
The medical dilemmas associated with rehabilitating houbara bustards (Chlamydotis undulata macqueenii) after Avian pox and Paramyxovirus type 1 infection.
T.A. Bailey
 
Diseases and mortality of the Blakiston’s Fish Owl (Ketupa blakistoni) with special reference to traffic accidents and their prevention.
K. Saito
 
Wildlife conservation in Brasil.
M. Thiago de Mello
           
Presentation of the SAGIR network.
J.-R. Gaillet & M.E. Terrier
 
Toxicovigilance of pesticides in wildlife:  Experience of the SAGIR network.
P. Berny

Session 3.  Wildlife Utilization and Trade Issues

Legal, health and conservation issues of the wildlife trade in the Middle East.
T.A. Bailey 

Low breeding success in houbara bustard (Chlamydotis [undulata] macqueenii) does not allow current hunting yield.
O. Combreau, C. Tourenq & M. Lawrence 

The Emirates centre for wildlife propagation: Comprehensive strategy to secure self-sustaining wild populations of houbara bustard (Chlamydotis undulata undulata) in Eastern Morocco.
F. Lacroix, J. Seabury, M. Al Bowardi & J. Renaud

Rearing of illegally imported Somalian cheetah at Sharjah, UAE.
F.J. De Haas Van Dorsser, J.A. Strick, J.A. Edmunds, P.E.H. Vercammen, A.A. Al Midfa & C. Gross 

Health status of zoo animals in Sana’a zoo and Tai’zz zoo, Republic of Yemen.
F.J. De Haas Van Dorsser, N.S. Thowabeh & A.A. Al Midfa

Session 4.   Avian Medicine including Aviculture Issues in the Middle East
 
Falcon medicine in Middle East : The past, present and future.
L. Molnar & H. Al Mazruoi

Investigation of diseases in young racing pigeons.
F.T. Scullion

Monitoring of growth in houbara bustard Chlamydotis [undulata] macqueenii chicks.
C. Stiévenart

Relationships  between eggshell pigmentation, ultrastucture and water vapour conductance in the Houbara bustard (Chlamydotis undulata macqqueeni).
G. K. Baggott, D.C. Deeming, S. Hemon & P. Paillat

 

 
 

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