Ted Traer of Bouchie Lake will once again be reaching out to community members across the Cariboo this year to help reduce human-wildlife conflict.
Traer is returning for a second season as the Wildsafe BC coordinator for the region.
According to a news release, he will be involved in a number of WildSafeBC program initiatives, including door-to-door information delivery campaigns, garbage tagging, teaching programs and more until November.
The WildSafeBC program is a partnership between local municipalities and the British Columbia Conservation Foundation.
To contact Traer, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-249-5329.
Wildlife sightings including bears, cougars, coyotes or wolves in an urban area can be reported to the Conservation Officer Service by calling 1-877-952-7277. Daily reports of those sightings are uploaded to the WildSafeBC wildlife alert reporting program (WARP), accessible at warp.wildsafebc.com.
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