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The Wisconsin Idea in Action

Predator-prey behavioral ecology

The Carnivore Coexistence Lab works on four major challenges to peaceful coexistence between people & large carnivores around the world. We study (1) risk & prevention of predation on domestic animals, (2) risk & protection of human-induced carnivore mortality, (3) the benefits of carnivores for people & for ecosystem health, & (4) the law, ethics, & scientific integrity that underpin our value-based decision to coexist with carnivores. Visit the project website for short descriptions of our work at the following sites: Akagera National Park, Rwanda; Sikhote-Alin Nature Reserve Park, Russia; and Maasai Mara, Kenya. Also see prior work on vigilance in wild primates & ask about our work on vigilance in domestic camelids.

Outcomes

Strategies for coexistence and better understanding of ecosystem health and function.

Focus Areas

Project Leader

Adrian Treves
Professor

Department/Unit
Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
School or College
Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies

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