Wildlife Health Cornell: Support Change for Good
Leopards, tigers, hawks, eagles, deer, moose, bluebirds, bees, sharks, salamanders, rhinos, elephants, cattle, primates, people, and planet. What do they have in common? Wildlife Health Cornell. Because we need nature, and nature needs us.
Your support can make change for good. Join the team of Wildlife Health Cornell.
The magnificence of nature and wildlife depends on wild animal health, domestic animal, and human health today and well into the future. We are currently living through Earth's sixth mass extinction. Together, will we thrive or merely survive? With your help, the possibilities are as endless as our reach.
That's because Cornell is home to an unprecedented team approach to the health challenges facing animals and people around the world. Wildlife Health Cornell unites research, education, science-based advocacy, fieldwork, outreach, and rehabilitative and preventive care efforts helping to save animals of all species as well as people, and the one and only planet we share. Top wildlife and ecosystem health experts work together with students, local communities, governments, and non-governmental organizations that affect policy and action.
From the Expanding Horizons international student fieldwork program to Cornell's new Master of Public Health, the Swanson Wildlife Health Center, the New York State Wildlife Health Lab and more, Cornell is reaching across the globe to help ensure a healthy future for wildlife, domestic animals, people, and the planet.
Your gift to Wildlife Health Cornell can support any species or any student through:
Life-changing field experiences in international settings for students working directly with local communities from Indonesia to Tajikistan and many points in between.
Direct care to injured or ill native wildlife - like those in your backyard - with the goal of returning healthy animals to their natural environment.
Prevention of disease outbreaks affecting animals and people, through testing, surveillance, and expert consultation.
Making an impact on policy to protect and mutually benefit the health of animals, people, places, and planet - today and tomorrow.
YOU can change lives.
Take a journey with us and help make change for good.
Along the way, you'll meet some of your new teammates....
A team helps airlift a rhino to a safe location.
For additional information on how to support a specific area with your gift, email Lps8@cornell.edu .