Veterinary Opportunity in Malawi
Conservation Research Malawi (CRM) is looking for a vet to work on their Urban Hyaena Research project based in Lilongwe.
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Rebecca Black talks to WVI
Musician and YouTuber, Rebecca grew up around animals. WVI discusses her passion for animals and conservation and Bindi Irwin's work
WVI Patron is appointed new CEO of African Wildlife Foundation
Dr Tom Ogilvie-Graham is appointed to steer AWF to the next strategic level.
Travels to Ahmedabad, India
Final year vet student describes what it is like working in an Avian A&E during the kite festival
Are you mad?
Musings from WVI's Executive Director, Olivia, as she tries out 'wild swimming' as a fundraising idea
End of an epic week in India
The WVI team on on their way back having saved an Egyptian vulture amongst others
#Vets4Vultures - a final report
Through various fundraising events we have raised £8539 for our Raptor Rehabilitation Programme. Find out more .....
#Vets4Vultures Fundraising Target
Thanks to the support of the veterinary industry, we reached our #ChristmasChallenge17 target - what is next?
Pine martens - a final summary
As the last of the Scottish translocated pine martens have settled in to Wales we summarise the successes to date.
Simply put, #Vets4Vultures is a campaign that aims to raise the plight of birds of prey, in particular vultures and WVI’s Raptor Rehabilitation...
Painted Dog Shampoo (for dogs!)
On seeing the adults near the den, the puppies run to meet them. This month, our creative Trustee, Louise, has been inspired by our work with ...
Global Tiger Day: Rehab and reintroduction
John visited the Alexeevka Tiger and Leopard Rehabilitation Centre, where orphaned, injured and sick animals are looked after before being returne...
Mauritian Mint Tea Bags
The dodo – a large, flightless bird – only ever lived on the island of Mauritius, in the Indian Ocean....
Painted dog rehabilitation
WVI’s partners in Zimbabwe, Painted Dog Conservation, built a rehabilitation facility on the outskirts of Hwange National....
March's Wildlife Creation
An iconic hunter, there are only 3,000 left, making it one of the rarest species in Africa. Thanks to ongoing conflict with man...
Progress towards Amur leopard Reintroduction
Following on from Dr John Lewis’ talk at Nottingham Vet School (see WVI News), I (Heather McKay) was interested to attend a subsequent event at Twycross Zoo to hear of any updates
Meeting Dr John Lewis; globally respected wildlife vet
I had first become aware of the Veterinary Director of Wildlife Vets International when I was nursing, during a placement at Twycross Zoo...
#WorldBookDay20 at WVI
I, Olivia, will kick this off with confessing a passion for horses, passion and adventure which came together in The Black Stallion series by....
February Wildlife Creations
Louise has been inspired by WVI’s commitment to providing expert surgical skills to hundreds of birds, including species like the Critically .....
School children Walk4Wildlife to break record
Do you, or any of your family and friends, have children that go to school? Do you think they would like to become Guinness...
Big cat vet heads to Russian Far East
In order to stay engaged with the Amur leopard reintroduction project as it moves in to the next phase (breeding and/or...
Happy Christmas from WVI
Thank you to all who have supported us in 2016. We look forward to more adventures in 2017.
December's Wildlife Creation: Amur Leopard Baubles
This is WVI's Trustee Louise Heathcote latest Wildlife Creation that WVI supporters can have fun with.