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Manage Wildlife Conflicts in Your Home and Garden

Our homes and gardens often overlap with spaces and resources used by wild animals, both native and non-native. A "shared habitat" situation can pose some challenges when the animals' day-to-day activities come into conflict with ours. This publication gives an overview of how and why human-wildlife...

By Dana Sanchez | OSU Extension Catalog

Wildlife Cameras: a snapshot of what you need to know

There are many fun and educational benefits to placing a wildlife camera on your property. With the help of these cameras, you can develop a cumulative list of the diversity of wildlife species found on your property to supplement the wildlife section of your property’s management plan.

By Lauren Grand, | Article

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Beneficial bats help control insects in the garden

Jun 15, 2018
Bats can eat their weight in insects in one day, providing important pest control.

By Kym Pokorny | News Story

In the egg, American bullfrogs learn how to avoid becoming lunch

Jul 5, 2017
Bullfrogs are implicated in the decline of many native species

By Chris Branam | News Story

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Crows are eating my slug bait, what can I do?

I have been using slug pellets to control the slug and snail population in the yard with great success. Now the crows are eating every bit of it. The moment I put it out and go inside the crows are in the yard eating it up. Have not found a sick or dead crow in the area. Any suggestions?

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