Help give bears safe room to roam!
Bears, a symbol of the North American wild, need space to survive. With over an acre of land lost to development in the United States every minute, bears are driven from their natural habitat into other lands. Farms and ranches play an ever more important role in providing these majestic animals the habitat they require. Yet, wild bears can be difficult neighbors to land with livestock, often resulting in unnecessary livestock and bear injury or death. Coexistence is possible, but farms must adapt to succeed.
Certified Wildlife Friendly and Predator Friendly farms and ranches use a host of practices to coexist with wide-ranging carnivores like bears. Farms and ranches are certified and monitored by the Wildlife Friendly team, in order to create a network of interconnected lands that are safe for wildlife, including predators like bears, to roam. From careful observation to working with livestock guardian animals to scheduling pasture use, certified producers take action daily to ensure space for free-roaming wildlife. Help us improve bears' ability to adapt and reward farms that protect bears.
You can help. Just $5 helps farmers engage in life-saving practices to coexist with bears.
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