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This study examined demographic, socioeconomic, and geographic factors facilitating the likelihood of participating in recreational angling. The analysis was based on a nationwide telephone survey in Germany. The probability of being an angler was significantly higher for males with full-time...
Each spring Sandhill Cranes migrate north through the Platte River region to nesting grounds. Wildlife watchers were surveyed to understand the extent to which they valued the ecological resources that provided birding opportunities. A mail questionnaire containing scenarios (with a cost...
The Prairie Science Class, a partnership between Independent School District 544 and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's National Wildlife Refuge System (NWRS), uses a local prairie wetlands ecosystem as an integrating and motivating context to engage fifth-grade students in science, math, and...
Over 80% of Americans are now classified by the U.S. Bureau of the Census as living in urban areas. Urban populations are interested in a variety of “non-traditional” wildlife issues, including human/wildlife conflicts, creating backyard habitat, and what to do with injured or orphaned wild...
Wildlife agencies have used hunter/angler surveys for decades to assist in estimating game populations and harvest. When hunters and anglers are asked to recall a frequency (e.g., days of participation) or a quantity (e.g., game bagged), some respondents round their answers to numbers ending in...
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