Vol. 4 Issue 5, May 2022

WellBeing International | WellBeing News
Solutions for People,Animals and Environment

Letter from the President: The Well-Being of Wildlife

Humans have typically used lethal controls to manage human-wildlife conflict, but new non-lethal techniques will likely support more harmonious human-wildlife interactions in the future.

Wildlife Fertility Control: An Alternative to Lethal Management of Wildlife
A wildlife fertility control conference discussed techniques for managing populations of wild horses, deer, pigeons, kangaroos, baboons, elephants, invasive rodents and escaped hippopotami in Columbia. READ MORE

The UK Badger Cull: “Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics”
Dr. Mark Jones, a veterinarian and Head of Policy at the Born Free Foundation, discusses the UK badger cull, its flaws and implications for badgers and the broader ecology. READ MORE

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