Promoting education, modern day science, and non-lethal alternatives to trapping that foster responsible stewardship and respectful coexistence with wildlife.
Reese , believed to have been trapped finds his way back home
Dog believed to have been trapped finds his way back home. We thank whoever likely released him. It would have been better if they had gotten him to a shelter, a vet, called the owner, contacted us, something, but at least Reese is now home! Kalispell, MT.
Trapping is going full blown in Montana for trappers to get the best furs possible even for the low, low prices. Traps and snares are not marked. They are secreted with lures and bait to draw any unsuspecting creature in.
We have no required trap check time interval, except for wolves are permitted to suffer in traps for up to 48 hrs.
Trappers say the number one reason they trap is for the fun of it.