National Wildlife Health Center

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The National Wildlife Health Center works to safeguard our Nation’s wildlife from diseases by studying the causes and drivers of these threats and developing strategies to prevent and manage them. It is designated by the Department of the Interior as a USGS “mission essential” facility. The main campus is located in Madison, Wisconsin, and the Honolulu Field Station is located in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Locations

Locations

The USGS National Wildlife Health Center main campus is located in Madison, Wisconsin, and the Honolulu Field Station is located in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Locations

Contacts

National Wildlife Health Center
Phone: 608-270-2400
Center Director
National Wildlife Health Center
Phone: 608-270-2401
Chief, Laboratory Sciences Branch
National Wildlife Health Center
Phone: 608-270-2466
Chief, Ecology and Epidemiology Branch
National Wildlife Health Center
Phone: 608-270-2450
Deputy Center Director
National Wildlife Health Center
Phone: 608-270-2491
Science Support Branch Chief
National Wildlife Health Center
Phone: 608-270-2407
Administrative Officer
National Wildlife Health Center
Phone: 608-270-2412