What We Do
The Karen C. Drayer Wildlife Health Center is dedicated to advancing the health of wildlife, people, and the environment through science, technology, and education. As a key component of the School of Veterinary Medicine and the One Health Institute, our projects and programs focus on free-ranging and captive terrestrial and aquatic animals. We provide broad-based service, training and research activities as they relate to wildlife health and conservation.
For more information on what we do, please visit the Wildlife Health Center's website.
How You Can Help
Our work would not be possible without you. Your generosity allows us to make incredible strides in wildlife research and service. Whether your interest lies in protecting marine ecosystems in the Pacific Northwest with the SeaDoc Society, conducting research on zoonotic diseases with California Wildlife Conservation, or saving mountain and Grauer’s gorillas with Gorilla Doctors, your donation will directly benefit the Wildlife Health Center. We appreciate your support and will ensure that it benefits wildlife in need.
Thank you once again for your support.