Saving the Mediterranean’s turtles
WVI is training vets in Greece and Spain to help save sick and injured turtles. The animals are victims of plastic pollution and other human activities.
Posted on 22nd June 2017
Wild Tiger Health Centre
Wildlife Vets International has always been closely involved with tiger conservation around the world.
Painted Wolves: Ensuring the survival of an African icon
Getting a handle on disease in HW National Park, Zimbabwe.
Amur Leopards: Saving the world’s most endangered big cat
Conservationists get ready for reintroduction of leopards in Russia.
Protecting Paradise: Birds under threat from disease in the Seychelles
Battling against extinction of unique island wildlife.
Long term support for hawksbill turtles in the Seychelles
Rehabilitating Critically Endanged turtles in a beachside resort.