Sanjay Gandhi National Park is located in the suburbs of Mumbai, India’s 2nd largest city. Over 2 mio. people live within two km of the park boundaries. The park has many illegal human settlements and one of the world’s highest densities of leopards. Park managers take a two-pronged approach to tackle the frequent human-wildlife conflicts: They release alternate prey, such as deer, and they capture and relocate leopards. They also conduct public education campaigns.