Human Wildlife Conflict is
an interaction between humans and wildlife with negative consequences for one or both parties. This occurs when humans and wildlife compete for resources, meaning food sources or habitat (living/nesting space). Common conflict species are wildcats, crocodiles, owls, raccoons, coatis, raptors, parrots, snakes, opossums and bats. This conflict can be a problem for humans or livelihoods and often ends with the animal(s) being killed.