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We examined the evolution of four public wildlife management issues using theories from collective action, social networks, and social constructionism to understand key roles and perspectives among stakeholders engaged in collective actions related to wildlife management policies. We conducted...
Gray wolf (Canis lupus) policy is dynamic and involves multiple stakeholders. Attitudinal surveys have historically measured stakeholder attitudes, although Native American views have rarely been studied systematically. We sent a mail-back questionnaire to members of the Bad River Band of the...
This study advances black bear management in East Texas by understanding residents' attitudes toward the return of black bear to the region and potential reintroduction efforts. Six counties in the study have the potential to be impacted by a returning population. The objective was to assess...
This study compared hunter education instructors' (HEI) (n = 806) and deer hunters' (DH) (n = 396) views of hunting safety practices, with an emphasis on hunting from elevated stands. Data were obtained from convenience samples of both groups. HEI self-reported better safety practices than DH on...
We estimated a count data model of recreation demand using data from an on-site survey of recreational birders who had visited southern Delaware during the month-long annual horseshoe crab/shorebird spring migration in 2008. We analyzed daytrips only. Our estimates from the models ranged from...
This study identified actual and potential resource-use conflicts around the Mbam and Djerem National Park, Cameroon and elucidated ways of mitigating them. Informal interviews were conducted and questionnaires were administered to 263 households from 11 communities. Ninety-one percent of...
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