Conservation group seeking feedbackWritten by Admin
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Wild South, a regional nonprofit that works to restore the South’s natural landscapes, wants help on accessing wildlife resources.
An online survey has been set up at: www.wildsouth.org/index.php/component/content/article/3-newsflash/400-wildlife-survey.
Wild South says concerns regarding wildlife resources have arisen, including: illegal activities, human/wildlife conflicts, habitat loss and habitat management. The purpose of the WNC Wildlife Advocates’ survey through Wild South is to seek solutions to protect the region’s wildlife, and educate the public on responsible behaviors that minimize conflicts. The survey is designed to identify priorities for action and to explore potential solutions that the group will champion in the future.