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Developing countries must adjust wildlife conservation policies within a changing social context and emerging economic demand. Nepal has achieved success in wildlife conservation through the establishment of a protected area network and the support of local people; however, trade-offs between...
Many areas of biodiversity rich regions in South Asia are governed by local communities through norms and practices enforced by traditional community institutions. The role of traditional belief systems in wildlife conservation in such regions continues to be debated in contemporary conservation...
Hunter education (HE) is offered in all 50 states, with oversight provided by state wildlife agencies (SWAs). The vast majority of HE courses are taught by volunteers. Recruiting and retaining volunteers to meet the demand for HE courses are growing concerns among SWAs. Insufficient information...
Many socio-political issues arise when predators, like the endangered Mexican gray wolf, are reintroduced into areas that are concurrently used by ranchers. There is a gap in understanding of how public dialogue convey and perpetuate the perceptions and attitudes agriculturalists hold toward...
Meat production creates high greenhouse gas emissions while consumption of wild game meat presumably has lower greenhouse gas impacts. We estimated the amount of meat legally harvested in the United States for animals with state or federal harvest data and determined caloric value and the...
Non-lethal management methods for urban coyotes are limited despite an increase in human-coyote conflicts in North American cities. Deterrent devices are recommended to reduce human-coyote conflict; however, no scientific studies have assessed the efficacy of deterrents with urban coyotes. This...
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