Humane Society of the United States exposes predator killing contests in an undercover story.

Killing to conserve a species is not conservation. The following story by Humane Society of the United States exposes the cruelty taking place in predator killing contests. Undercover video takes … Read More

Wolves may generate cascading effects through changes in coyote distribution. 

These changes benefit hares and foxes, while also reducing the deer mouse population in some years. Journal of Mammalogy Article Source: greatlakesecho.org Foxes join #TeamWolf versus #TeamCoyote By Karen Hopper Usher  It’s wolves … Read More

Advances made in wolf deterrents

Local rancher claims state-sponsored killing isn’t needed Source Idaho Mountain Express     If ranchers around the West don’t make more use of nonlethal deterrents to predation on livestock, they … Read More

Some common sense advice for coexisting with wildlife.

Here in Wisconsin north woods springtime, like in Vermont, can bring out the wildlife.  The following article has some common sense advise on living around wildlife habitats.    Source: Brushes … Read More

Foxlights is a non lethal predator deterrent device that is saving lives around the world

Foxlights Night Predator Deterrent  “It is my belief Foxlights have the potential of assisting in the saving of many endangered species around the world.” ~ Ian Whalan Ian Whalan is … Read More

Animals caught in snare traps take hours or even days to die.

 Wolf culls ensnared in ethical debate (Source) A groundswell of critics believe the century-old method of trapping animals should be done away with, writes Mark Hume For more than two decades, … Read More

North Woods Living, Tips for ‘Coexisting with Your Wild Neighbors’

Living in the north woods near wild animals can be a wonderful experience. There is nothing that can match sighting a bobcat with kits, a doe with a new fawn, … Read More

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