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Women hunters represent a small but increasingly important constituent for wildlife management agencies. This study examines women hunters in Alberta, Canada, to provide insight into women's involvement in hunting. An automated licensing system was used to track the license-purchasing behavior...
Hunting as a wildlife management tool has come under increasing attack by antihunting organizations. This has resulted in increased concern by fish and wildlife agencies across North America, many of whom fear that the scientific management of wildlife is in danger due to the influence of an...
Many rural communities are examining nature tourism options, such as birdwatching (birding), as an economic development strategy. Unfortunately,public media stories, tourism professionals, and biologists often describe birders as a homogeneous group of serious, dedicated, and even fanatical...
To facilitate the understanding and applicability of human dimensions findings, this article develops a formula for computing a Potential for Conflict Index (PCI) and a graphic technique for presenting the results. This approach (1) conveys information about a distribution's central tendency,...
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