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Michael Woodford

Dr. Michael Woodford graduated at the Royal Veterinary College, London, in 1946. After 20 years in rural agricultural practice in Dorset, UK, he spent four years working for the Nuffield Unit of Tropical Animal Ecology on tuberculosis in the African buffalo in the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda. In 1971 he joined FAO and served for five years on the Kenya Wildlife Management Project. When that project terminated, he was posted by FAO to Afghanistan and later to Mozambique and Kenya. He retired from FAO in 1984 and since then has worked as an independent wildlife consultant for a wide variety of international agencies in 27 different countries, ranging from Greenland to the Philippines. He is a member of the Office International des Epizooties (OIE) Working Group on Wildlife Diseases and now lives in Portugal. He was the founder and first Chair of the IUCN SSC Veterinary Specialist Group.

Michael Woodford

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