Lynsey White

As Director of Humane Wildlife Conflict Resolution for The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), Lynsey White helps urban and suburban communities across the country find effective and humane solutions to conflicts with urban wildlife. Her experience with coyotes includes completing research and data analysis for The Cook County Coyote project in Chicago, Illinois, the largest study of urban coyotes in the country. She has also published an analysis of coyote attacks on people throughout the U.S. and Canada. She also runs The HSUS’s Wild Neighbors program, which promotes humane solutions and policies for urban wildlife in communities throughout the U.S.  Lynsey obtained has a Master of Science degree in Conservation Biology & Sustainable Development from the University of Maryland and a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from The Ohio State University, and has led trainings on humane wildlife conflict resolution for animal control and police officers representing more than 400 communities in the United States.

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