The Botstiber Institute for Wildlife Fertility Control produces a quarterly e-newsletter and several printed versions each year.
CLICK HERE to access our newsletters.
The Botstiber Institute For Wildlife Fertility Control aims to advance effective, sustainable fertility control methods to manage wildlife populations worldwide. In an effort to educate wildlife managers, policymakers, and the public on wildlife fertility control we are providing the following downloadable fact sheets.
CLICK HERE to access our Fact Sheets.
The Botstiber Institute for Wildlife Fertility Control was established in 2016. The Five Year Report chronicles the BIWFC’s first five years from 2016 to 2021. The report demonstrates how we have evolved, how our program works, key projects and events, and our plans for the future.
CLICK HERE to access the Five Year Report.
The Botstiber Institute for Wildlife Fertility Control has produced a unique educational film, “An Overview of Wildlife Fertility Control,” with the intention of educating the public and creating connections between wildlife managers, researchers and advocates. It provides a clear, concise and informative overview of the field of wildlife fertility control, and tells the story of ongoing research and projects in the United States. CLICK HERE to view the film.
Periodically the BIWFC conducts interviews with professionals working in various areas of the wildlife fertility control field. On this page you will find links to our most recent interviews.
CLICK HERE to read the interviews.
The Institute has hosted several workshops, conferences and symposiums on wildlife fertility control. Videos and Powerpoints of the speaker presentations from these events are available for viewing. CLICK HERE to view speaker presentations.
The Botstiber Institute for Wildlife Fertility Control encourages you to visit the websites of the organizations on this page to learn about their work with wildlife worldwide.
CLICK HERE to access our Resources page.
An advocate’s guide for preventing deer culls in your community
This toolkit, created by The Humane Society of the United States, is designed to enable you to be the most effective advocate for the deer in your community. The toolkit aims to empower advocates to take action, be it against planned lethal measures, or proactively encouraging the adoption of a humane deer management plan. CLICK HERE to access the Toolkit.
A template conflict management and coexistence plan for white-tailed deer
This deer conflict management and coexistence plan has been prepared by The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) for use by communities (including, but not limited to, cities, villages, towns, counties, homeowners associations, etc.) in humanely and effectively preventing and solving conflicts with white-tailed deer. CLICK HERE to access the plan.
CLICK HERE to read current articles about the field of wildlife fertility control worldwide.