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John Griffin

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. John has published on a number of topics in regard to wildlife conflict resolution and has completed a stint as a National Geographic Expedition team member exploring raccoon behavior in urban areas.

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  • Blog Post

    Calls of the wild

    Finding more humane ways to resolve wildlife conflicts

    “I don’t want that raccoon laying eggs in my gutter,” the caller said. (And no, he wasn’t a transplant from Eastern Australia—where the egg-laying mammal, the platypus, resides.)

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