As tropical landscapes become increasingly human-dominated, conflicts between people and wildlife threaten ecological processes. Old World fruit bats such as flying foxes are especially susceptible to extinction risk because there is low interest in their conservation, particularly when they are considered pests. In order to arrest fruit bat declines, there is an urgent need to … Continued
“I’d never met a wolf face to face before. Ayla was my first one, and I was hooked right away. She was a captive-bred wolf at Wolf Watch UK and was brought out of her enclosure to meet me. The first thing she did was to check me out by sniffing me. She then … Continued
As we come to the end of the first year of operations for the International Wildlife Coexistence Network, I want to take a moment to share our major accomplishments. These include establishing a new global wildlife coexistence library to ensure all people have access to valuable resources; developing an exceptional Coexistence Council of experts that are already working with communities to identify nonlethal tools and … Continued
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