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Wildlife Management


​​​​​​​​​​​​Our Wildlife Management library has articles on topics like how to protect plants and gardens from wildlife, how to set up a food plots, how to secure a perimeter from bears and other animals and even how zoos and other programs are "keeping in" the wild.    

 

However, Wildlife Management not only involves animals, it also involves management of natural resources and processes of an ecosystem, including the natural abundance, diversity and integrity of both the land, plants/forage and animals.  Here you will find articles on all these topics from industry experts who invite you to learn from their experiences and improve upon them. 



Cranes protected with electric fencing

International Crane Foundation Foils Predators with Electric Fences​

Cranes rely on open freshwater wetlands for survival during most of their lifecycle. The loss and degradation of these kinds of habitats are among the most pressing threats to the survival of these huge birds. Another threat, of course, is the ever-present danger of predators such as raccoons and mink.​


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Elephants contained with Gallagher Electric Fence

Gallagher Fence Plays Dr. Dolittle In Hollywood​

Wild Things keeps their 3 African elephants in a 5 acre compound. The trainers call it a play pen. Filled with toys and designed to resemble their native grounds, it's one of the main attractions on the public tours of the facility. Keeping the elephants contained without resorting to high walls which would block the public's view was a design problem solved by Gallagher Electric Fence. ​ ​


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Least Tern Gets Most Out of a Gallagher Fence130Least Tern Gets Most Out of a Gallagher FenceThe Least Tern is a small bird, an endangered species that causes some big problems because it likes to nest in hostile environments. Protecting them from predators usually means taking some drastic steps.
The Right Tools, Teamwork Help Beginning Farmers Get Their Start132The Right Tools, Teamwork Help Beginning Farmers Get Their StartFirst-generation farmers, Bryan Bonney and Dana Cadman of Tillsonburg, Ontario, were drawn to the cattle business by a love of the farming lifestyle and a desire to raise their children in a rural setting. They received their first shipment of cattle on their farm, known simply as Norfolk Cattle, in the early fall of 2013.
Wildlife Management Frequently Asked Questions128Wildlife Management Frequently Asked QuestionsHave a question about managing wildlife in North America? Find answers to many frequently asked questions here.