Our Programs

Human-Wildlife Conflicts

A range of human-wildlife conflicts occur in the eastern ghats of south India. Wild elephants rampaging crops, sloth bears attacking people, thousands of human casualties due to snakebites, roadkill mortalities of wildlife, wetland destruction due to aquaculture and other commercial development and many more! 

At Eastern Ghats Wildlife Society, we have a unique approach of addressing the deep-rooted social conflicts to resolve some of the most complex and unsolvable conservation conflicts in the region by engaging local communities and all other stakeholders in the process of finding mutually agreeable, long-lasting solutions for a harmonious coexistence.