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A mail survey ( n = 395) assessed perceived benefits of outdoor recreation activities. Based on the theory of planned behavior, the study revealed that hunters, wildlife viewers, and other outdoor recreationists differ greatly in terms of their beliefs about the outcomes of these behaviors and...
Birders represent a significant component of wildlife users, but birders are not a homogeneous group. This study develops a recreation specialization framework for birders in a non-North American setting, and examines how conservation involvement, demographics, and motivations vary among...
The institutional framework of entitlements set forth by the Endangered Species Act (ESA) has played an unintended but significant role in hampering species recovery efforts. Whereas the ESA explicitly designates the rights and duties of individuals and government agencies with regard to the...
Digit preference is a form of response error whereby individuals report behaviors such as days of participation in numbers ending in zero or five. Keeping seasonal records may decrease digit preference and provide more accurate records of recreationists' behaviors. This study tested the effect...
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