Wildlife Genetics


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Great Gray Owl

Mtn Lion

Anna's Hummingbird



Red-shouldered Hawk

White-tailed deer

Galápagos hawk

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Resources and Links

Graduate Groups at UC Davis represented in our lab
Animal Biology
Avian Sciences
Animal Genomics Focus Group of Genetics Graduate Group
Masters in Preventive Veterinary Medicine (MPVM)

UC Davis Departments and Centers
Department of Population Health and Reproduction, School of Veterinary Medicine
Wildlife Health Center
John Muir Institute for the Environment
Center for Vectorborne Diseases
California Raptor Center
UC McLaughlin Natural Reserve

Molecular Ecology Laboratories
UC Davis Dept. of Animal Science Genomic Variation Laboratory

West Nile Virus
California Dept of Health Services
Center for Disease Control
UC Davis Center for Vectorborne Diseases

Audubon California
Audubon - national and regional: Sacramento, Yolo, Sequoia
Bureau of Land Management Oregon
California Department of Fish and Game
California Department of Fish and Game Marine Wildlife Veterinary Care and Research Center in Santa Cruz
California Department of Fish and Game Sea Otter Program
Conservation Biology Institute
Golden Gate Raptor Observatory

Hawk Watch International
Hummingbird Monitoring Network
Institute for Bird Populations
Interagency Sea Otter Alliance web site
Lindsay Wildlife Museum Wildlife Hospital
Master of Preventive Veterinary Medicine (MPVM)

Monterey Bay Aquarium
National Park Service
PRBO Conservation Science (Point Reyes Bird Observatory)
Stone Lakes Wildlife Refuge
United States Fish and Wildlife Service
USDA APHIS Wildlife Services
USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station
Wildlife Care Association of Sacramento
Wildlife Health Center at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California

National Fish and Wildlife Forensics Laboratory
UC Davis Forensics Graduate Group and Program

Favorites of the Lab
Oregon State University SMILE PROGRAM

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