Wildlife Management

“In a world where economics is the major factor driving land use and management practices, wildlife biologists must link the benefits and costs of wildlife conservation with those of human societies and activities.  In other words, win-win solutions are needed between people and conservation.”  – G. Proulx (2015)

How human-small carnivore conflicts can repeat themselves: examples from Western Canada.  In Press.

Alpha Wildlife has been involved in wildlife management programs in agriculture, forest, and urban ecosystems.

Below are examples of such programs:

Each program is customized to properly deal with the issue at hand, e.g., specific human-wildlife conflicts or conservation issues, and the distinctive environmental conditions of ecoregions.

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