Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
The Conservation Service Office ask the public to report wildlife incidents or issues.
Here are 3 ways that you can provide this information:
If you report bear or cougar issues before they have the opportunity to become habituated to people or conditioned to feeding on human foods, they may be candidates for non-lethal management, such as capture and release, if it is safe to do so.
However, if the public do not report issues and the animals (especially bears) have become conditioned to finding their food on our properties or in our garbage, and /or begun acting aggressively toward people, they are generally not candidates for non-lethal response and are usually euthanized.
Please protect our wildlife by ensuring your home and property are wildlife resistant.
Bear and Cougar Safety
Reporting Human Wildlife Conflicts
Safety Guide To Cougar
Human Wildlife Conflicts