Some urban wildlife have become comfortable in close proximity to people, often to the point where they become a nuisance. This must be reshaped to encourage them to avoid contact with humans and pets.
Hazing is the process that facilitates this change and is, by necessity, a community response to encounters with wildlife. The more often an individual animal is hazed, the more effective hazing is in changing behavior.
Hazing employs immediate use of deterrents to move an animal out of an area or discourage undesirable behavior or activity. Deterrents include: