Coexisting with Wildlife in Suburbia
John Griffin, Director of Urban Wildlife Programs, The Humane Society of the United States
Thursday, June 14th 2018, 6:00 – 8:00 PM
St. Hubert’s Community Room, 575 Woodland Avenue, Madison, NJ
The resources wild animals need to survive in urbanized areas are available in abundance: food, denning and nesting sites are provided by the way we use our land, discard our garbage, and build our homes. Learn about humane and effective approaches to co-existing with wildlife in our backyards and in our communities from a leader in the field of urbanwildlife conflict resolution.
John Griffin is the Director of Urban Wildlife Programs at The Humane Society of the United States and has more than 20 years of field experience working with a variety of animals ranging from raccoons to great apes. He has given numerous presentations and workshops on topics that include humane and effective approaches to resolving wildlife conflicts, wildlife in disasters and reuniting and re-nesting small mammals and birds.