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MSPCA's Living With Wildlife's March E-Newsletter April 01, 2006 7:00 AM

March 2006
Spring is Here
Tips for Gardeners
Is the Animal Really an Orphan?
Humane Repellents
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Support the Living With Wildlife Program

Every year the Living With Wildlife program staff handles hundreds of  requests for assistance, provides materials to schools, city/town officials and individuals seeking to humanely resolve wildlife conflicts, and gives presentations at various events. 

Donations from our supporters make it possible for us to help resolve human-wildlife conflicts in a long-term, and cost-effective manner.   Your tax-deductible donation  will help us protect wildlife in Massachusetts. 

Spring Is Here...and human-wildlife interactions and conflicts are starting to increase as wild animals are building dens/nests and giving birth to young. 

Do you live in bear-country and have a bird feeder up? As bears are coming out of hibernation they are looking for an easy source of food and a bird feeder provides just that. To reduce the chances of a bear wandering into your yard: remove sources of food such as bird feeders; feed pets inside; and secure your garbage in air-tight containers.

Learn how to critter-proof your yard and house.

Are you experiencing a problem with a specific wild animal? Learn how to resolve wildlife conflicts in a humane manner.

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Learn about humane, cost-effective suggestions for keeping the wild neighbors out of your garden.

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 April 01, 2006 7:01 AM

Learn how to deal with injured or orphaned wildlife.

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Read species-specific information and find manufacturers and suppliers of products used to humanely resolve wildlife conflicts.

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