For several years, The Association for the Protection of Fur-Bearing Animals (The Fur-Bearers) has worked with private landowners and municipalities in British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario, to implement co-existence programs that incorporate flow devices, tree wrapping, education, and new policy. These programs mitigate or eliminate the very real concerns facing many decision makers and provide a solution that incorporates science, beaver behaviour, and compassionate conservation – a win for everyone involved.
Join wildlife conflict manager and beaver flow device expert Adrian Nelson as hewalks our webinar audience step by step through the process of installing flow devices – as well as the importance of site selection, material choices, maintenance, and the benefits of maintaining beaver habitat.
The event will last for approximately 60 minutes including a question and answer period, and all you need to attend is a computer or Apple mobile device (iPod or iPad). A webcam or microphone is not necessary for participation. To see if your computer or mobile device will properly work with our webinar software or to test your connection speed, pleaseclick here(will open a new window).
LWW2016: Co-existing with Beavers for Municipalities
April 21, 2016
1:00 pm EST / 10:00 am PST
Admission is $10 and will support our Living With Wildlife and Humane Education campaigns
Attendees will also receive a free digital copy of our next member newsletter (The Wild & Free Press), an email with discount codes from some of our business supporters and access to a password-protected video of the event (perfect for those who can't participate live but still want to see the presentation)!
Register now!You will be taken to a secure server for payment, then sent a special link to register for the webinar.