I am a wildlife biologist that specializes in human-wildlife conflicts. I am interested in spatial ecology: how and why animal move in the landscape and how human structures change animal behavior. In North America, I have worked with urban raccoon, looking at how home ranges are affected by the road network. I also work at understanding the population structure of turtles in urban wetlands and at protecting turtles from becoming roadkill. In Kenya, I study mammal movement through elephant corridors and how lions (and hyena, leopard and cheetah) hunt in fenced-in landscapes.