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Facts about Wildlife Diseases: Risks to People and Animals series

Facts about Wildlife Diseases: Gastrointestinal Parasites of Farmed White-tailed Deer in Florida

UW498/WEC453by Sydney L. Cottingham, Heather D.S. Walden, Samantha M. Wisely, and Juan M. Campos-KrauerOctober 23rd, 2022White-tailed deer are susceptible to infection by numerous gastrointestinal parasites. Not all parasite infections cause clinical disease, but even subclinical gastrointestinal parasitism may reduce the health and productivity of infected deer.  An understanding of parasite epidemiology is critical to improving captive deer health through effective parasite control strategies. This publication will serve as a guide to common parasites of farmed white-tailed deer in Florida and will provide producers with recommendations for management of gastrointestinal parasites in farmed deer.

Facts about Wildlife Diseases: Bats and Coronaviruses

UW473/WEC428 by Holly K. Ober and Samantha M. WiselyMay 17th, 2020

Facts about Wildlife Diseases: Ehrlichiosis

UW481/WEC436 by Yasmin Tavares and Samantha WiselyDecember 13th, 2020

Facts about Wildlife Diseases: Rabies

UW282/WEC239 by Samantha M. Wisely and Holly K. OberJanuary 8th, 2019

Facts about Wildlife Diseases: Raccoon-Borne Pathogens of Importance to Humans—Parasites

UW479/WEC434 by Caitlin Jarvis and Mathieu BasilleNovember 22nd, 2020

Facts about Wildlife Diseases: Raccoon-Borne Pathogens of Importance to Humans—The Raccoon Roundworm

UW480/WEC435 by Caitlin Jarvis and Mathieu BasilleNovember 29th, 2020

Facts about Wildlife Diseases: Raccoon-Borne Pathogens of Importance to Humans—Viruses and Bacteria

UW478/WEC433 by Caitlin Jarvis, Samantha M. Wisely, and Mathieu BasilleDecember 7th, 2020