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Five ways to live with wildlife

No matter where you live or visit in the Yellowstone to Yukon region, you can practice co-existence.

No matter where you live or visit in the Yellowstone to Yukon region, you can practice co-existence.

Here are some ways to get involved and ensure animals stay safe:

  • Remove fruit trees and berry bushes, or pick fruit promptly, on your property.
  • Dispose of trash properly so bears can’t access it easily.
  • Carry bear spray when recreating.
  • Leash dogs so all furry friends stay safe.
  • Host a showing of the free Living with Wildlife film at home, work or at a school. 

Living with Wildlife:

This documentary from Canmore filmmaker Leanne Allison, supported in part by Y2Y, highlights the successes residents and officials in Alberta’s Bow Valley — one of the world’s busiest places where people and grizzlies still co-exist — have had living with wildlife. Pick up some tips for your community when you view the film for free

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