The Human-Wildlife Conflict CE Advisor will serve as an expert on wildlife species that impact human activities in Northern California, with emphasis in the San Francisco Bay Area (San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, and Sonoma counties) where urban and rural communities and landscapes overlap. This CE Advisor will be at the nexus of livestock operators, land managers, scientists, wildlife advocates, and the public, and will help facilitate productive understanding between groups sometimes at odds regarding wildlife management. This program will draw from social, political, and ecological knowledge to develop best management practices, as well as inform relevant public policy and legislation, specific to carnivores (e.g. mountain lions, coyotes, wolves, etc

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