After January 15, 2012, the WDIN website can be found at Be sure to update your bookmarks!

WDIN is now the Wildlife Data Integration Network! An internal reassessment by the Wildlife Disease Information Node produced a new name and a refined purpose, “To increase access to information on the health of free-ranging wildlife for decision-makers”.

We will continue to deliver timely products that integrate information and make this information easily available for decision makers and managers. To support this continued effort, we will be updating our website in the near future. A first step towards this virtual renovation will be a new web address

If you have feedback about this change or other comments about WDIN, you can contact us at As always, we welcome your suggestions.

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