Talking about dog-wildlife conflict at National Geographic HQ

HMP has worked hard to learn how dog-diseases could be spread by human-assisted movement. Dogs and people travel to new areas of the world every year, and come into ever-increasing contact with wildlife. This information is important, not only to conservationists in the Himalaya, but to those all over the world. I was very grateful for the opportunity to share about our National Geographic funded project to investigate disease in Nepal, with scientists and educators from all over the world at the 2019 NatGeo Explorers Festival in Washington DC this month. Photo: Leigh Vogel The event was also an opportunity to learn from the experience of others and get feedback about our work. Daniel Kinka

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