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The field of wildlife management has been on a collision course with human nature for some time, documented by the growing and important body of human dimensions of wildlife research. As the evolution of this field continues, a new dimension of “humane” considerations in wildlife management...
This article sought to understand the human–leopard conflict scenario in the western Duars region of northern West Bengal. We found human depredation levels by leopards have increased by 65% from 2001 to 2008. Tea estates adjoining the forested areas were identified as conflict hotspots. We...
This research evaluated local peoples' attitudes toward leopards and leopard conservation in the Junnar Forest Division, a hotspot for human–leopard conflict in India. This article used structured interviews and the theory of reasoned action to explore residents' knowledge, attitudes, subjective...
Sustainable game management relies on satisfied hunters. Satisfaction determinants are seldom uniform across all hunters and may therefore be difficult to accommodate. Latent class analysis (LCA) is a probabilistic model-based approach to categorizing hunter typologies (by, e.g., their attitudes...
Bats are challenging study subjects and effective conservation depends on the collection of high-quality data to monitor changing abundances and distributions. Compilation of such data could be achieved through the use of acoustic monitoring programs that engage community stewards or citizen...
This article details the study findings and methodology used in developing a survey instrument to assess the need for a professional certificate in wildlife toxicology. Following discussion at a 2007 wildlife toxicology conference, researchers used the Delphi process to develop a survey...
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