Wildlife Conflict Solutions

Wildlife Conflict Solutions

A young cougar protecting its kill. This photo was taken by a remote video camera set up at the site to record the secretive cat's habits. Pumpkin-eating deer An elk attempts to charge a motorist and his car during rutting season Grizzly bear inside a building looking through trash Bears are excellent climbers, whether it's trees or industrial structures
A young cougar protecting its kill. This photo was taken by a remote video camera set up at the site to record the secretive cat's habits.
Photo courtesy Alberta Parks
Pumpkin-eating deer
Photo courtesy Parks Canada
An elk attempts to charge a motorist and his car during rutting season
Photo courtesy Parks Canada
Grizzly bear inside a building looking through trash
Bears are excellent climbers, whether it's trees or industrial structures

Kim Titchener has been the driving force behind the success of the Bow Valley WildSmart Program. During the 5 years I have worked with her she has brought the organization from being a concept to a reality in the Bow Valley.

Kim’s academic training coupled with years of hands on operational experience dealing with human/wildlife conflict issues ensures accurate and understandable messaging to improve safety for workers, recreational users and wildlife.

Kim is very knowledgeable regarding communication opportunities, using T.V., radio and social media to get human/wildlife safety and conflict reduction messaging to a wide range of public effectively. Her focus is developing human/wildlife conflict resolution skills through educational outreach and wildlife attractant management programs.

Pat Kamenka

Retired RCMP Staff Sergeant WildSmart Advisory Committee