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With increasing public interest in wildlife watching, there is a need to develop methods to better inform management of quality viewing opportunities. In this study, normative methods using indicators and standards of quality are applied at two diverse parks/protected areas: a popular national...
Japanese hunter numbers have been declining from a peak of 532,265 in 1970 to 166,386 in 2005. We analyzed demographic changes in hunter numbers from 1965 to 2005 using data from all 47 Prefectures. Most hunters were licensed for guns in 1965, but hunter numbers have declined in every Prefecture...
We used stated-preference choice models to examine Ontario anglers' preferred outcomes from fish stocking of Lake Huron and variations in these preferences between a random and a convenience sample. Anglers preferred outcomes that decreased risks of fish stock collapses and increased native prey...
We examined the effects of crop raiding by wild animals on household food security of the people in two sub counties adjacent to Queen Elizabeth National Park in Western Uganda. Data were collected from 541 households using a questionnaire and focus group discussions in a controlled and blocked...
Internet or online surveys have become attractive to fish and wildlife agencies as an economical way to measure constituents' opinions and attitudes on a variety of issues. Online surveys, however, can have several drawbacks that affect the scientific validity of the data. We describe four basic...
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