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Wildlife conditioning and habitation to humans are frequently studied, but human conditioning and habituation to wildlife have received little attention. We propose that human–wildlife interaction can be better understood and managed if conditioning and habituation are examined in both humans...
Interest in effective stakeholder collaboration in moose management is growing in Finland. Success is critical because moose are an ecologically, socially, and economically important game animal and pest, especially in Fennoscandia. In Finland, for over two decades regional multi-stakeholder...
The Japanese hunter population is declining, while human–wildlife conflicts (e.g., damage by overabundant sika deer) have become an issue in suburban and rural areas. Beginning in 2004, a community-based deer management program was initiated by a local nongovernmental organization in...
Opportunities to view and interact with wildlife are often an important part of high quality recreational experiences. Such interactions frequently include wildlife feeding, resulting in food-conditioned behaviors that may cause harm to both wildlife and visitors. This study developed and...
Data from 13 European countries, 50 states in the United States, and 6 Canadian provinces/territories were used to examine the relationship of aggregate level variables on female participation in hunting. Overall, 8% of the hunters were female. The analysis showed a strong positive influence of...
Wildlife managers conducting situation analyses typically turn to key informants to gain insight into community experiences and opinions. Although expedient, relying only on informants has shortcomings. We examined informants as potential sources of information about community residents with...
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