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Dr. Brett Gartrell

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Director of the Wildbase Hospital

Email: b***@***.nz
Local Address: , , New Zealand
Company Description: The Coastal-Marine Research Group (C-MRG) is established under the auspices of the Institute of Natural and Mathematical Sciences (INMS) at Massey University,...   more

Employment History

  • Lecturer In Avian and Wildlife Health
    Massey University
  • Wildlife Pathologist
    Massey University
  • Manager
    Wildlife Centre
  • Senior Lecturer In Avian and Wildlife Health IVABS
    New Zealand Wildlife Health Centre

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    Wildlife Centre
  • Director
    New Zealand Wildlife Health Centre
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Web References
Dr Brett Gartrell, director ..., 4 June 2015 [cached]
Dr Brett Gartrell, director of the Wildbase Hospital at Massey University, where Victory recovered, said around 40 injured adult yellow-eyeds had been rescued and taken to clinics around the country since summer.
That amount was especially worrying given many of the penguins were from a local population of just a few hundred, which is itself a large chunk of the rare species' total numbers, between 6000 and 7000.
The nature of the lacerations - Victory suffered a nasty gash to the bone stretching from foot to leg - suggested barracuda were to blame.
"Penguin skin is quite tough and the only thing the guys down south think could do this is the really sharp teeth of the barracuda," Dr Gartrell said.
"It's always good to get these little guys away," said Dr Gartrell, whose team has suffered its own bites - from the penguins.
Cut down in his prime, the ..., 23 Dec 2007 [cached]
Cut down in his prime, the cunning thief lay on the slab, his cold body offering pathologist Brett Gartrell no outward sign of how he had met his maker.Once Gartrell had wielded his scalpel, however, the cause became clear: a belly stuffed with sticky brown gunk.Diagnosis?Death by chocolate.Divine - yes.Delicious - absolutely.But deadly?
Gartrell, a wildlife pathologist at Massey University in Palmerston North, New Zealand, is wearily familiar with keas' propensity to poison themselves.
International Bird Rescue – Every Bird Matters » 2011 » November, 1 Nov 2011 [cached]
Hopefully by the time Dr Brett Gartrell, the Wildlife Centre Manager, returns in a week, we will be down to 225-250 birds in care.
Wildlife Health Centre ..., 9 Oct 2011 [cached]
Wildlife Health Centre director Brett Gartrell
The director of the New Zealand Wildlife Health Centre, Brett Gartrell, says the oil is having a devastating effect.
"From tip to toe they are covered in black, sticky gunk, matting up all their feathers right down to the skin," he said.
New Zealand Birds | More (about birds) | Bird rescue | New Zealand bird rescue centres, 16 July 2008 [cached]
Brett Gartrell, Senior Lecturer in Avian and Wildlife Health IVABS,
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