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Abstract Uncontrolled growth in wildlife‐viewing tourism has the potential to have unacceptable impacts on wildlife populations. The problem is complex because (1) quantifying impacts is technically difficult, and (2) assessing the ‘acceptability’ of such impacts is inherendy subjective. This...
Research in a number of western and non‐western cultures suggests there are only a limited number of basic orientations toward other species. In the broadest sense, these can be related to fundamental cultural assumptions about what the world is like ‐ world views, world metaphors or cosmologies...
Abstract It is very common to find discussions of wildlife tourism that begin with a statement about major growth in tourist demand for wildlife interaction opportunities. Typically these statements are supported by evidence based on participation in specific activities, typically whale or bird...
This paper presents the findings from one aspect of a study which was prompted by a limited understanding of people's values and knowledge ofwildlife in Victoria, Australia. This paper specifically focuses on the values and knowledge of wildlife held by males and females, and compares these with...
Abstract Throughout Australia, thousands of people are involved in the rehabilitation of native fauna. This paper reviews the role of wildlife rescue groups in the care and rehabilitation of Australian fauna, and makes recommendations regarding future policy and practice. From the data...
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