Throughout civilization, humans and wildlife have co-existed. This coexistence has over time resulted in numerous conflicts, ranging from crop damage to human health and safety. The Center for Resolving Human-Wildlife Conflicts at Mississippi State University finds resolutions for these conflicts, through research, education and outreach. The Center is the first among research-oriented land grant universities. The Center specializes in:

  • working with various stakeholders worldwide to improve human-wildlife coexistence and reduce conflicts
  • training undergraduate and graduate students to increase capacity in human-wildlife conflict management and resolution
  • providing information through journals and practical landowners/land manager guides, extension publications, and other informational material
  • offering continuing education and development oppoortunities for wildlife professionals; and
  • assisting clientele and the general public

2014 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report