The Beaver State Podcast Episode 86: Why you should always leave young wildlife alone with Anne Mary Myers

March 18, 2022

Spring means a new generation of wild animals on the landscape. With more people enjoying the great outdoors, that can mean more human/wildlife encounters. Wildlife biologist Anne Mary Myers talks about how those encounters often end badly for wild animals, especially young animals removed from the wild by well-meaning people. It’s important to understand that a young animal's chances of survival drop precipitously when they're removed from their natural environment.

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