What can we do to help these insect-eating, plant-pollinating, ecosystem superheroes out? Here are some tips for how you can help bats year round – not just around Halloween.
Posts Categorized: Living with Wildlife
Conflicts between humans and bears can happen more often this time of year as bears must eat enough food to make it through the winter. Thankfully there are simple steps and useful tools to keep bears and people’s property safe.
There are nearly four million miles of roads in the United States. While they make all of our travels easier, roads fragment long-established wildlife corridors and stream habitats. They also cut off movement for marine species.
Our team has been working for years to help livestock producers avoid conflicts with wolves, specifically because of the lethal results that these conflicts often end up having for wolves. In many cases, using nonlethal tools is enough to keep wolves away from livestock and out of trouble. This time, it wasn’t.
The summer travel season is well underway. Many vacationers are hitting the highways seeking summer adventure and a change of scenery. At the same time, wildlife is on the move, with animals searching for food, raising their young, and looking for new territory.