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Public value orientations toward wildlife may be growing less utilitarian and more protectionist. To better understand one aspect of this trend, we investigated patterns of wildlife value orientations within families. Using a mail survey, we sampled Pennsylvania and Colorado hunting license...
Wildlife managers are finding that agencies using public opinion to form policy decisions often enjoy high public support. Whereas numerous studies have looked at either the public's knowledge of or the public's satisfaction with management activities, no one study has looked at these...
A multicrop model of acreage response to deer-inflicted crop damage is developed and tested on Wisconsin panel data. Estimation results suggest that producers may reduce acreage of high-damage crops, particularly sweet corn, in favor of low-damage crops. Implications for wildlife agency...
Although the Endangered Species Act (ESA) explicitly designates the rights of individuals with regard to the protection of listed species, recovery efforts are left largely to the landowner's discretion. Numerous obstacles or barriers to private landowner participation in species recovery exist....
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