Coexisting with Wildlife (Under Construction)

Apr 15, 2014 (Last modified Mar 31, 2015)
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Living with Wildlife

In many cases the connections between protected areas include human communities. To keep such areas permeable to wildlife we not only need to minimize development but also reduce attractants that would otherwise bring wild animals into conflict with people and their property.

Whether it be electric fencing of calves or fruit trees, or installing bear-proof grain and garbage bins, Y2Y and its partners work to keep wildlife and humans safe in areas where they live side by side. Click here to learn more.

Y2Y Administrator. 2014. Coexisting with Wildlife (Under Construction). In: Data Basin. [First published in Data Basin on Apr 15, 2014; Last Modified on Mar 31, 2015; Retrieved on Sep 28, 2021] <>

About the Author

Y2Y Administrator
Administrator with Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Intiative

Y2Y is a major Canadian-U.S. collaborative of over 450 conservation organizations, researchers, agencies, individuals, and other groups working to connect and protect habitat from Yellowstone to Yukon so people and nature can thrive.