To be well informed and create viable coexistence plans, one must first understand the working landscape. This includes understanding the topography and how people and wildlife, including wolves and their prey, utilize the landscape.
Our team spends significant time in the field, observing, tracking, documenting, capturing images, and speaking with landowners and managers to create a comprehensive picture and in-depth understanding of each region where we work. This critical information empowers us and those we work with to be proactive in our efforts, respond quickly to changing circumstances on the ground, and create viable and tangible strategies to reduce wolf-livestock conflict.
We respect rancher confidentiality and only share findings on private land directly to the landowners and managers we serve.