In the town of Naganuma in Sorachi, Hokkaido, the public, private, and academia are working together to create a town where the red-crowned crane, an endangered species and a national natural monument, can live. The birth of a chick has been confirmed. Local efforts are beginning to bear fruit, but raccoons, an invasive species, are casting a shadow over the reproduction of red-crowned cranes. The Regional Science Laboratory Faculty of Humanities and Human Sciences Hokkaido University is collaborating with Naganuma Town on research and management measures for the invasive raccoon, based on past invasive species management research. Specifically, based on the relationship between the behavior and ecology of raccoons in Naganuma Town and the agricultural damage caused by raccoons, we aim to determine the appropriate locations for setting traps to capture raccoons and improve their trapping effectiveness. In addition, from this fiscal year, we will be introducing nest box-type traps developed by the Regional Science Laboratory that do not require lures and automatically transmit capture information, and will carry out effective and efficient capture of raccoons without affecting the reproduction of red-crowned cranes. It's a schedule.