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      Rogue bat: Just hanging out or a sign of disease?
      September 9th, 2019

      Evidence of predation of a grey seal by a shark in the Magdalen islands
      September 4th, 2019

      “Bring Out Your Heads”: Hunters are the First Line of Defense Against a Deadly Disease Affecting Deer
      August 22nd, 2019

      Working with Veterinarians and Vet Clinics to Improve Wildlife Health Surveillance in Ontario
      August 12th, 2019

      Trichomonosis.....it's back!
      July 31st, 2019

      What's new?Les actualités

      NORTH ATLANTIC RIGHT WHALE

      CWHC Atlantic and CWHC Québec have been heavily involved in the work being done to investigate the recent deaths of right whales in the North Atlantic.

      Click Here to download the report outlining the necropsy findings.

      BALEINE NOIRE DE L’ATLANTIQUE NORD

      Le RCSF de l’Atlantique et RCSF du Québec ont été grandement impliqués dans le travail pour examiner les mortalités récentes de baleines noires de l’Atlantique Nord.

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