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Human tolerance for wildlife is a key consideration for managers and has been measured with attitudes, normative beliefs, and behaviors. The study objectives were to determine, in the context of Alabama hunters’ tolerance for non-native, invasive wild pigs, 1) the convergent validity among three...
This work constitutes an approach to hunting management in Uruguay. We have focused on wild boar hunting, the most widespread form of recreational hunting in this country. We explored the connections and discrepancies between the different actors based on a qualitative study conducted with...
Wildlife Conservation, Management and Sustainable Use Units (UMAs in Spanish) integrate strategies for wildlife management and social participation in Mexico. There are 25 UMAs within Sierra de Huautla Biosphere Reserve in Morelos state. Two decades after their implementation, there is not much...
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