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The Role of Vaccination in the Maintenance of Captive Birds of Prey

J. E. Cooper
Publication Information
Journal: 
Raptor Research
Volume: 
9
Issue: 
1-2 (Spring-Summer)
Section: 
Scientific Papers
Year: 
1975
Pages: 
21-26
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ABSTRACT

The diseases of raptors against which vaccination is or could be practicable are discussed. Particular mention is made of Newcastle disease and agian pox. Other diseases discussed in the context of vaccination are pasteurellosis, salmonellosis, tuberculosis, bumblefoot, aspergillosis, Marek's disease, and inclusion body hepatitis. The need for more research on this topic is emphasized.

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