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Drs. Graham Crawford and Susan Ostapak are recruiting volunteers for their Markira Bushmeat Initiative expedition in the fall of 2011. If you are interested in joining this or other Wildlife Health Watch expeditions in Madagascar, please contact them at: Wildlifehealth@aol.com.

Drs. Graham Crawford and Susan Ostapak, Veterinary Services - profile

Graham and Lemur - "All Floppy"

Graham Crawford is Chief of Veterinary Services at the San Francisco Zoo.
He conducted the 2003-2006 investigations into Leucaena-caused Bald Lemur Syndrome, and has worked on other wildlife health projects in Madagascar, sub-Sahara Africa, and North and Central America.

 

                  Graham with one of the leucaena-affected "bald lemurs", tranquilized for examination.

 

Susan Ostapak is a clinical veterinarian at the San Francisco Zoo and in private veterinary practice. She participated in the Leucaena-caused Bald Lemur Syndrome investigation and has worked on other wildlife health projects in Madagascar, sub-Sahara Africa, and North and Central America.

Vets at Work
  Susan teaches veterinary methods to Takayo Soma and Shinichiro Ichino

To volunteer to do wildlife veterinary work in the field with Graham and Susan visit their website: http://www.wildlife-health.org/ or contact them at wildlifehealth@aol.com