We are wildlife biologists and structural exclusionists. That means we permanently correct any problematic conditions (element(s) of habitat; food, water, cover, space) based on knowledge of the species’ behavioral ecology. Many wildlife species thrive along the wildland urban interface where they naturally enter developments and the lives of people. Successful wildlife damage management must incorporate human behavior as well as wildlife biology, behavior, and population dynamics. Our primary objective is to mitigate human-wildlife conflicts with effective and humane management alternatives. We want to minimize conflicts quickly and permanently, so that people continue appreciating and valuing wildlife.