Wildlife Info Bulletins Index. Abscesses Bacterial in Alberta. Anthrax Bacillus anthacis in Alberta.
Avian Botulism Clostridium botulinum in Alberta. Avian cholera was confirmed in waterfowl near Calgary in February This is not uncommon in the Bow River watershed among overwintering waterfowl. Avian Pox Poxvirus avium in Alberta. Avian Salmonellosis Salmonella spp in Alberta. Black Spot in fishes in Alberta.
Bovine Tuberculosis Mycobacterium bovis in Alberta. When available, annual results will be provided on this website. Information on the hunt at CFB Suffield and the possibility of bovine tuberculosis within the population of elk associated with the base.
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Brucellosis Brucella spp in Alberta. Canine Distemper in Alberta. This Information Bulletin describes an outbreak of canine distemper in raccoons in Lethbridge in Chronic Wasting Disease a prion disease in Alberta. Be sure to keep your email address current.
Echinococcus multilocularis in Alberta. Haemorrhagic disease EHD in Alberta. Encysted larvae in fishes in Alberta. Fly Larvae: Bots and Warbles in Alberta. Giant Liver Fluke Fascioloides magna in Alberta.
Giardiasis in Alberta. Haemal Lymph Nodes in Alberta. Hantavirus Sin Nombre virus in Alberta. Hydatid Tapeworm Echinococcus cervi in Alberta. Lice on Mammals in Alberta. Lice on Birds in Alberta. Liver Blisters Taenia hydatigena in Alberta.
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Lyme Disease Borrelia burgdorferi in Alberta. Moose Flies Haematobosca alcis in Alberta.
Moose Measles Taenia krabbei in Alberta. Pneumonia outbreaks have killed bighorn sheep in Washington for decades. Unfortunately, there is no effective treatment or preventive vaccination for pneumonia in bighorn sheep. West Nile virus is a blood-borne disease, transmitted by mosquitoes, that was first reported in the U.
You may occasionally see deer or other wildlife with lumps or abscesses in Washington.
Most are usually insignificant to the health of the animal and to humans. Hair loss syndrome in black-tailed deer is caused by a heavy infestation of Eurasian lice, and was first reported in Washington in Wildlife diseases From elk hoof disease to white-nose syndrome in bats, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife works to understand and respond to diseases that affect the health of wildlife in our state. Elk hoof disease in Washington state Reports of elk with deformed, broken, or missing hooves in southwest Washington have increased dramatically in the past decade.
Bat white-nose syndrome White-nose syndrome has killed millions of bats in eastern North America since Avian influenza bird flu Avian influenza, more commonly known as bird flu, is a viral illness found in birds. Pneumonia in bighorn sheep Pneumonia outbreaks have killed bighorn sheep in Washington for decades. West Nile virus West Nile virus is a blood-borne disease, transmitted by mosquitoes, that was first reported in the U.