Chronic Wasting Disease in Wisconsin

Get an update on chronic wasting disease (CWD) in Wisconsin and the Kickapoo Valley.

CWD was first discovered in Wisconsin in 2002. As of 2016, it has been detected in wild deer in 19 of 72 Wisconsin counties.

This talk covers disease basics, distribution of CWD both nationally and in Wisconsin, and recent science advances. Presented by Bryan Richards, emerging disease coordinator with the USGS National Wildlife Health Center.

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