Urban Wildlife: Challenges and management conference

  • Start Date: April 18, 2012
  • End Date: April 19, 2012
  • City: Cranbrook BC

The conference summary is available here. (3.9 MB PDF download)

Conference description

Deer in Grand ForksWildlife numbers are increasing within many British Columbia municipalities, leading to more interactions with humans and our infrastructure. Interactions can lead to property damage, public safety issues, public health concerns, impacts on biodiversity, and death or suffering of wildlife. Deer, elk, coyotes, moose, geese, racoons, bears, and other animals can become more than a nuisance, putting themselves and humans at risk. Through a combination of presentations, posters, and a demonstration, this conference addressed management of wildlife – and people – related to problem wildlife in urban settings.

About 110 people attended this conference.




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