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PREDATOR DETECTION AND DETERRENCE

 

WHO WE ARE

Predator Detection and Deterrence is an initiative launched by Petros Chrysafis to help tackle human-wildlife conflict in a non-lethal way. We focus on California's Central Valley and the surrounding mountain ranges.

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ACTIVITIES

Predator Detection and Deterrence revolves around providing educational outreach, teaching workshops on non-lethal predator deterrence measures and working with various stakeholders to ensure livestock and predator coexistence.

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EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH

We provide outreach to various stakeholder groups interested in predator detection, deterrence, and coexistence. The outreach can be tailored to specific interests exhibited by stakeholders. The aim of outreach is to empower humans living with predators and provide alternative routes to coexistence that do not revolve around lethal measures.

WORKSHOPS

Human-wildlife conflict can often be mitigated with the right knowledge in hand. Our workshops aim to teach stakeholders how to monitor predator presence as well as establish a list of deterrents that can prevent conflicts such as livestock predation or predator encounters.

NON-LETHAL DETERRENTS

We aim to provide stakeholders with the right tools and solutions to deter predators and maintain a healthy coexistence. This usually entails a visit to the site, monitoring using trail cameras and then establishing deterrents. We aim to provide long term support and create sustainable relationships.

 
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Upcoming Events

  • Coexisting with Carnivores
    Mon, May 11
    Webinar
    May 11, 2020, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM PDT
    Webinar
    Join Petros as he discusses viable detection and deterrence techniques to prevent livestock depredation from large mammal predators along with WildEarth Guardians
 
 

CONTACT PREDATOR DETECTION AND DETERRENCE

Get in touch with us for presentations, webinars, workshops as well as any help required to deter or monitor large predators.

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