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The City of Pittsburgh is developing a guidebook for residents regarding the ins and outs of urban wildlife. This guide will give tips and tricks for managing your furry neighbors, such as who to call for what and how to discourage deer from eating your plants, dealing with lost dogs, reporting animal abuse, and many other items. The guidebook should be an all-encompassing guide to the numerous animals met daily and how to live harmoniously alongside them. Project management will provide a two-pronged approach for the guide's focus: one for residents/ public and another for employees/ government members. A survey of residents, polling some of the most challenging issues they face with urban wildlife is found below. Topics or problems to be addressed would be most helpful to include in the survey for residents about urban pet ownership, wildlife control, urban agricultural animal ownership is below. Participation will enable content to be relatable and current.


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Urban Wildlife Guidebook Poll

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You are invited to take this survey as part of a larger research project titled Urban Wildlife Guidebook of Pittsburgh. Your responses are anonymous and will be used to gauge public attitudes towards urban wildlife and aid in creating a Pittsburgh City re
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