The East Hampton Group for Wildlife promotes respect for all species of wildlife and explores humane solutions to human-wildlife conflicts. These conflicts inevitably arise when humans expand their living areas and outdoor activities into existing wildlife habitats.
- To hold forums on nonlethal methods of wildlife control
- To explore immunocontraception as a potentially successful method of deer population control
- To host programs that present information on the individual and group behavior of a variety of wildlife species.
- To enable community residents to appreciate wildlife through participation in counting, studying, and monitoring wildlife populations.
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated."