Wild animals live and thrive in our communities, and conflicts with humans occur. Outdated approaches to resolving these conflicts are still widely in use but generally do not work and are often not humane. In this recorded webinar from January 20, 2022, Senior Director of Urban Wildlife Programs for the HSUS, John Griffin shares anecdotes and lessons learned in decades of field work mitigating wildlife issues. He explains the tools and approaches to conflict resolution that are both effective and humane, highlighting practical methods that can help you at home and in your community.
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