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Idaho Department of Fish & Game Wildlife Health Laboratory

Wildlife veterinary practice.
Potential
experiences includes animal capture by physical and chemical means,
field assistance to biologists and managers, biological sampling of
animals, sample logistics and preparation, necropsy, data analysis,
general office work - reports, data analysis and presentation of data
and summaries.
necropsy
facility, capture supplies, animal handling supplies, minimal
laboratory equipment, access to UI veterinary facility and library
varies - several universities in area, vet school in Pullman, WA
Participation
in field activities, necropsies, animal care and sampling as
appropriate. Project to be completed during time spent at WHL
8 hours per day, 40-60 hrs per week
possibly through Univ Idaho Caine Veterinary Teaching Center about 1/2 mi from WHL
Idaho Department of Fish and Game Wildlife Health Laboratory
16569 S. 10th Ave

Caldwell, Idaho 83607
208-454-7638
208-454-7667
Mark L. Drew, DVM, MS, DACZM
Posted: 01/11/13
Location: 
Caldwell, ID
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