Based on available evidence, non-lethal predator control is more effective than lethal means

In 2014, the U.S. Department of Agriculture‚Äôs Wildlife Services program reportedly exterminated 2.7 million animals, including 580 black bears, 796 bobcats, 305 cougars, 61,702 coyotes, 1,186 red foxes, and 322 wolves, at a cost of about $127 million. The culling of wolves, in particular, has been a hot button issue in the U.S. Outcry over … Continue reading Based on available evidence, non-lethal predator control is more effective than lethal means