John Griffin

John Griffin

Senior Director, Urban Wildlife Programs, The Humane Society of the United States

John oversees HSUS field and policy programs focused on implementing humane and effective approaches to resolving conflicts in communities across the country. This work includes consulting with and providing trainings and resources for animal care and control professionals, law enforcement, wildlife responders, and state and municipal agencies. John participates in field programs that require capture and chemical immobilization as well as disaster response and wildlife rescue. From 2007 to 2016 he ran HSUS’ Humane Wildlife Services Field program- a wildlife conflict resolution service based on eviction and exclusion approaches. And in 2015-2016 John was a National Geographic Expedition team member on a field project exploring raccoon behavior in urban areas.

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