- Camelid Branch
- Club Practitioners Branch
- Companion Animal Veterinarians
- Complementary Veterinary Medicine Branch
- Deer Branch
- Epidemiology, Food safety, Animal welfare and Biosecurity Branch
- Industry Veterinarians Branch
- Large Animal Veterinary Technicians Group
- New Zealand Equine Veterinary Association
- Pig Veterinary Society
- Retired Veterinarians Network
- Society of Dairy Cattle Veterinarians
- Society of Sheep and Beef Cattle Veterinarians
- Veterinary Business Branch
- Wildlife Society
Wildlife Society Documents
Save the Date!
We are excited to announce that this year's Wildlife Society Meeting will be at Trailways Hotel, Nelson, from 27-29 November. Local talks will focus on conservation issues in the Tasman Region, and there will be the usual great range of member talks. In addition, we are planning some lovely field trips to the sunny sites of Nelson. Conference theme to be announced shortly, and look for updates and registration information in the coming months on the NZVA website. We look forward to seeing you there!
KOKAKO, is the Wildlife Society's bulletin published in June and December. Members receive it electronically as part of their membership, or can elect to receive a printed copy for NZ$10 per year.
KOKAKO material includes:
- Reports on the clinical appearance, treatment, care and rehabilitation of sick and injured animals
- Reports on the pathological changes found in dead animals
- Reports on animals in zoos and sanctuaries
- Studies of conservation aspects of various groups of native animals
- Papers related to talks given at the Society's seminars and conferences
- Review papers from other publications
- Relevant news items for Society members
- Both veterinarians and non-veterinarians are welcome to contribute material.
Wildlife Connect is the Wildlfie Society's newsletter, published 3-4 times per year.
The Newsletter shares information, wildlife stories, treatment advice and links to other organisations working with wildlife in NZ and overseas. It is dynamic and informative, and a members only benefit from the Wildlife Society.
Feedback and story ideas are always welcome. email us at firstname.lastname@example.org