APHA

The Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA), formerly Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency (AHVLA), Diseases of Wildlife Scheme conducts wildlife disease surveillance (including wildlife related emerging diseases and zoonoses, diseases of conservation importance and diseases that may reflect pollution) for all vertebrate wildlife species.

The Diseases of Wildlife Scheme is run by the APHA and funded by Defra. The APHA heads the GB Wildlife Disease Surveillance Partnership (GBWDSP) which brings together other organisations that are also involved in wildlife disease surveillance.

APHA and Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs (Defra)

Please find below links to the quarterly reports of GB wildlife disease surveillance produced by the GB Wildlife Disease Surveillance Partnership: 2016 reports2015 reports and 2014 reports

Previous wildlife disease surveillance reports are available on the archived AHVLA web pages on the National Archive website.