The Chelmsford Example.
What happens when Animal Rights groups and politics muddy the waters of wildlife management and regulated trapping? A prime example lies in a small Massachusetts town, where beaver trapping was outlawed - brifley.
Why Regulated Trapping Still Has A Place.
A great piece by Northern Woodlands magazine discussing the relevance of modern regulated trapping activities in North America.
Furbearer manamgement in the Northeast:
Presented by NEAFWA
The Northeast Furbearer Resources Technical Committee (NEFRTC) is comprised of professional wildlife biologists from the northeastern United States and provinces of eastern Canada, and is committed to the study and responsible management of furbearer species.