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Rural communities are often considered a homogeneous population in resource management. Wolf management is no exception. To understand the diversity of rural attitudes toward wolves and wolf management, data were obtained through a mail questionnaire to rural residents (n = 555; 69% response...
Fierce controversies over wildlife management imply polarized public opinion, but this may be more complex, as in the debate over renewed black bear hunting in New Jersey. Statements about black bears and management options were assessed by Division of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) staff,...
The management of free-roaming domestic cats is a controversial and challenging issue for animal welfare organizations and government agencies. In this article, we used a previously validated concept, wildlife acceptance capacity, to measure tolerance for free-roaming cats. We also identified...
Communities in the Lao People's Democratic Republic (PDR) have been utilizing captive Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) for centuries. The elephant handler (mahout) profession has remained fundamentally unchanged. Captive elephants, however, are no longer necessary in roles where they were once...
This article investigates the role of local field offices of Parks Canada in shaping collaborative management of human–wildlife interactions in two national parks. Previous studies suggest that understanding collaborative management involves attention to local context. By reviewing the...
Migratory species provide diverse ecosystem services to people, but these values have seldom been estimated rangewide for a single species. In this article, we summarize visitation and consumer surplus for recreational visitors to viewing sites for the Mexican free-tailed bat (Tadarida...
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