Please cross-post/share widely.
2nd Annual Living with Wildlife Conference, Toronto. Sept 28
Across Canada, municipalities are reporting an increase in the number of interactions between humans and wildlife. These interactions can present a public health and safety concern and conflicts can result in the death or suffering of wildlife. In particular, animals such as coyotes, beavers and raccoons are often perceived to be a nuisance or pest.
To address this problem, our 2nd Annual Living With Wildlife conference is happening on Friday, September 28 in Toronto, and will bring together experts in their field to discuss a wide variety of solutions of how we can co-exist with urban wildlife.
Who is this conference for?
This conference is ideal for government officials including provincial, regional and municipal staff, as well as First Nations, farmers, wildlife rehabilitation groups, animal control, academics, activists and individual citizens who want to make a difference in their community by preserving their natural environment.
Space is limited. Register today! http://www.furbearerdefenders.com/lww-2012