Support for common sense conservation.


Regulated trapping plays an integral role in today's conservation landscape; whether in the form of an activity like seasonal fur trapping, wildlife conflict/damage control work, or for scientific benefit - such as biological data collection, and species monitoring. Regulated trapping activities in North America are one of the many modern conservation tools for keeping our natural places healthy and sustainable.

Main photography provided by Jeff Traynor


Listen to Jeff from as he chats with other local conservationists about the benefits of regulated trapping! Thanks to Fred Bird from NWTF's Strutzone All-access, and Jay Scott from The Big Buck Registry