- Developing with Wildlife in Mind
- Mountain Lion-Human Interaction
- Coping with Skunks
- Preventing Woodpecker Damage
- Wildlife in Danger
- Effects of Population Growth on Wildlife Habitat in Colorado
- Living with Deer and Elk
- Too Close for Comfort: How to Avoid Conflicts with Wildlife in the City
- Don't Tempt with Twinkies: Wildlife and People at Risk
- Human-Wildlife Interactions on Mt. Evans
- Fences for Man and Beast
- Rabies in Pets, Livestock, and Wildlife
- Cities & Birds
Humans and Wildlife
Our library just accessioned a brand-new publication from the Division of Wildlife entitled "Living with Wildlife in Red Fox Country." This new brochure is especially timely due to the recent news story of a little girl who was bitten by a fox. CDOW has also published "Living with Wildlife" brochures on geese, bears, coyotes, mountain lions, and moose, all available from our library. Some other sources regarding the interaction between widlife and humans available in our library includes:
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