Human-Wildlife Interactions and Conflict
British Columbia, with its far-ranging network of roads, widely dispersed communities and innumerable tracts of wilderness, offers a multitude of opportunities for human and wildlife interactions. While this is a wonderful opportunity for learning to appreciate the natural world and its inhabitants, not all encounters are mutually beneficial. Human-wildlife conflict represents the majority of interest for MoE Wildlife inquires regarding waterfowl, racoons, coyotes, deer, black bears, elk, cougars, bobcats, skunks, and beavers (the most complex).
Click here to learn more about human-wildlife interactions and our Conflicts Prevention Strategy.