Urban Wildlife Program

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Helping residents of the metro Atlanta area resolve conflicts with wildlife through technical guidance, on site response, and education and outreach.

The Urban Wildlife Program is dedicated to helping metro Atlanta residents resolve conflicts with wildlife, prevent conflicts before they start and promote desired wildlife habitat and conservation in backyards.

The program provides proactive outreach and education efforts, situation-specific technical assistance, and onsite response to emergencies. As more people move to suburban and urban areas, fostering an appreciation and understanding of wildlife will help minimize conflicts.

The Urban Wildlife Program provides technical assistance and education and outreach to 9 core counties of metro Atlanta: Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Henry and Rockdale.

Need help resolving a wildlife issue? Learn more about resolving conflict with wildlife.

Map of UWP CountiesClose-up of UWP Counties


Phone Call Statistics

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Nature of Call
Calls by County
Phone Calls by Species
Nature of Call Chart
Calls by County Chart
Calls by Species Chart
This pie chart shows the reason a call was made to the Urban Wildlife Program.
This chart shows the number of calls made to the Urban Wildlife Program based on the callers address.
This pie chart shows what percentage of calls made to the Urban Wildlife Program about each species listed.