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Tuesday, May 1, 2012
A Conservation Milestone
Last week the Lincoln Park Zoo-led Serengeti Health Initiative vaccinated its 1 millionth dog! This conservation milestone reflects the zoo’s commitment to protecting the Serengeti’s people, pets and predators from diseases such as rabies and canine distemper. Get a full look at Vaccination Day with this 2010 slideshow.
Serengeti Field Diaries
Lincoln Park Zoo is leading the Serengeti Health Initiative, a collaborative effort to preserve the wildlife of this African ecosystem while benefiting local people. Our Serengeti field diaries feature updates as scientists conduct vaccination efforts, collaborate with Tanzanian partners and encounter the Serengeti’s famed wildlife.
Rachel Santymire, Ph.D.
An endocrinologist in the Davee Center for Epidemiology and Endocrinology, Santymire studies stress and reproduction at the zoo and in the wild.
A graduate student in the department of Ecology and Evolution at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Anna is studying how rabies vaccination campaigns of domestic dogs in villages around Serengeti National Park affect population dynamics.
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