About the Journal of Wildlife Diseases
The Journal of Wildlife Diseases (JWD) (ISSN 0090-3558) is published quarterly by the Wildlife Disease Association (WDA). The WDA is an international organization of scientists, academicians, wildlife and fisheries specialists, and others whose mission is to acquire, disseminate, and apply knowledge of the health and diseases of wild animals in relation to their biology, conservation, and interactions with humans and domestic animals. For a listing of the JWD Editor, Assistant Editors, and Editorial Board click here.
For information on submitting manuscripts for publication in JWD please go to the “Author information” on the JWD website.
The JWD publishes reports of wildlife disease investigations, research papers, brief research notes, case and epizootic reports, review articles, and book reviews. The JWD publishes the results of original research and observations dealing with all aspects of infectious, parasitic, toxic, nutritional, physiologic, developmental, and neoplastic diseases, environmental contamination, and other factors impinging on the health and survival of free-living or occasionally captive populations of wild animals, including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. Papers on zoonoses involving wildlife and on chemical immobilization of wild animals are also published. Manuscripts dealing with surveys and case reports may be published in the Journal if they contain significant new information or have significance for better understanding health and disease in wild populations. Authors are encouraged to address the wildlife management implications of their studies, where appropriate.
Subscription to JWD is included in most WDA membership options.
Institutional subscriptions are variable; please consult the business office: Wildlife Disease Association, Inc., Business Office, P.O. Box 7065, Lawrence, Kansas 66044-7065, USA. 785-865-9404, email@example.com
Single copies of the materials in JWD may be reproduced for the non-commercial purpose of educational and scientific advancement without the need to seek specific permission from the Editor or WDA representative. Back issues can be purchased from the business office.