Category: Urban Wildlife

Do rat control programs work to reduce public health risks? 0

Do rat control programs work to reduce public health risks?

Rats! They are the source of a number of bacteria and viruses that can cause disease in people. In cities, the goal of most rat control programs is to reduce these rat-associated public health...

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Co-existing with Coyotes

The Co-Existing with Coyotes program (CWC) is an education-focused coyote management program operated by the Stanley Park Ecology Society based in Vancouver, BC. The program was established in partnership with the Vancouver Park Board...

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PEI Urban Fox Project

Residents of Prince Edward Island (PEI) are quite accustomed to sharing their environment with wildlife. On PEI, red foxes have become extremely successful in exploiting the food sources and shelter that go hand in hand...