Yard Work

The space of greatest tension between human and animal is the domestic territory of the house. Suburbs are therefore at the front line of the confrontation between humans and synanthropic animals. As woodlots and agrarian landscape

The River Bank

When humans coexist with and avoid persecuting wildlife in and around our communities, we safeguard ecosystem health, agricultural stability, food security, and the creation of new sustainable economies (e.g., ecotourism). Ultimately, coexistence with wildlife is

The Fort

The ever-expanding metropolitan regions of North America are complex urban biomes, teeming with a diversity of animal species which often exist at the periphery of our human conscious. It is not until we are confronted

The Stone Wall

In many cases, human-wildlife interactions are labeled as “conflict” due to negative perceptions associated with the mere presence of a wild animal. Evidence that humane coexistence strategies are effective abound.ifaw

The Water’s Edge

The bird in the backyard, separated from the human by a physical boundary, is considered a source of entertainment. If the same bird enters the house, control is lost, and it is suddenly perceived as

The Log

Many wildlife can be seen day or night. A wild animal that is active during the day may be normal and healthy. Some wildlife may adapt their behaviors to be more active during the day

The Den

California is rich in diversity of people and land. The golden state is home to more plants and wildlife than any other state and nearly 40 million people. As more people live and recreate in