Written by Dr. Andrea Morehouse | Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Bear Safety: An Alberta Case Study

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Human-bear conflict is an ongoing challenge to both conservation efforts and in the daily lives of the people who live and work in bear country.

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Written by Jared Marley | Friday, January 27, 2017

Do Bird Cannons Work?

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Birds have a knack for going where their presence can cost your operation in time and resources, pose a danger to the birds themselves, or even to humans.

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Written by Jared Marley | Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Bird Repellent: How to Keep Unwanted Birds Away with a System-Based Approach

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Unwanted birds can cause significant damage to agricultural crops, interrupt industrial operations, and even pose a danger to humans, such as bird strikes on airports. And when birds are rewarded with food or safe roosting, they can be difficult to keep away. Luckily, by using non-lethal bird repellent tools, you can chase and keep birds away.

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Written by Jared Marley | Monday, November 28, 2016

Bear Spray: A Necessary Tool for Backcountry Recreationists

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The white powdery stuff is starting to fly in the Rockies and for a growing number of outdoor recreationists, this means strapping on snowshoes, ski boots, or crampons. But amid all the specialized winter gear, I don’t often see bear spray with backcountry enthusiasts.

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Written by Jared Marley | Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Keep Your Cabin Safe with Electric Bear Fencing

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As the weather cools down, you’re likely not considering installing bear fencing. If you are a cottage owner, trapper, or outfitter with a cabin, however, it is strongly recommended you consider bear fencing to protect your assets. If you’re not careful, your cabin might receive a visit from an uninvited guest while you’re away.

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Written by Jared Marley | Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Preventing Human-Bear Conflicts With Computer Modeling Technology

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Press Release-- Margo Supplies is proud to announce our involvement in a new computer modeling study over the next year. We will work alongside Dr. Lael Parrott of UBC - Okanagan to research the best methods for reducing human-bear conflicts in Whistler, BC in Canada.

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Written by Jared Marley | Friday, September 16, 2016

Protect Yourself and Wildlife with Portable Electric Bear Fencing

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You open the flap on your tent and gaze at the vista before you. The Alaskan coastal estuary stretches before you bathed in greens and golds in the morning light. Beyond, the pine forest extends up the slopes of the coastal mountains, turning into the blues and whites of the high alpine slopes, their upper reaches permanently capped in snow. In the foreground, you notice a dark shape moving silently through the reeds - a Grizzly Bear slowly making its way toward your camp.

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