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Living with Wild Neighbors in Urban and Suburban Communities: A Guide for Local Leaders is designed to help communities find long-lasting, nonlethal solutions to conflicts with Canada geese, deer, coyotes, beavers, and other urban wildlife. The guide examines how typical conflicts over wildlife develop in local communities.


Concisely focused on what local elected leaders want and need to know, this guide is well-supported by the latest science but easy to read and understand. It provides background on the issues, options for resolving conflict, and resources for more in-depth information and assistance. Register below to access the guide for free.

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