As expanding populations of white-tailed deer and their associated interactions with humans result in an acute array of ecological, economic, and human health and safety impacts, municipalities across much of the Northeastern, Mid-Atlantic and Midwestern states have been developing deer management programs to address these impacts locally.
In the northernmost part of Idaho is an example of partnering that has engaged hundreds of citizens and generated plenty of positive news coverage.
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The Prez Sez… By Ann Forstchen, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Conservation organizations face complex and dynamic issues; many without definitive solutions or a distinct end point. These issues can rarely be addressed alone so collaboration is a critical tool for the conservation of fish and wildlife. Partners, stakeholders …
Photo credit: Idaho Department of Fish and Game Today’s fish and wildlife professionals find themselves working with a wide variety of people, across jurisdictions, to tackle conservation issues large and small. They are engaging regularly with new audiences – including those with a strong distrust of government regulation or taxation. …