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Abstract We asked nonresident visitors to Montana about their preferences for wildlife‐viewing settings. Subjects were classified into three groups based on a measure of wildlife‐viewing specialization. Specialists have greater interest in “lower profile”; wildlife species than do Novices....
Abstract The effects of required hunter‐education programs on hunter recruitment and participation were examined using the 1980, 1985, and 1990 screener surveys from the U.S. National Surveys of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife‐Associated Recreation. Information provided by states on their...
Abstract Research into quality hunting experiences has, with few exceptions, employed quantitative assessment techniques. This study examines Idaho elk hunters’ own narrations, using a qualitative analysis procedure novel in the hunting literature, to describe the key characteristics of Idaho...
Abstract Many of the problems wildlife agencies face today involve diverse values and attitudes held by individuals and organizations with an interest in how wildlife resources are managed. This has resulted in a “stakeholder”; approach to wildlife management, which expands the set of...
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