Conflicts

Risk map for wolf threats to livestock still predictive 5 years after construction (pdf)

Treves et al

Bear-Baiting May Exacerbate Wolf-Hunting Dog Conflict(pdf)

Researchers analyzed and compared a variety of factors in Michigan and
Wisconsin, from regulations on bear baiting and compensation for hunting dog
attacks to statistics such as the ratio of hunters to wolves and percentage
of hunters using dogs to hunt bear.

Bump et al

Wolf Livestock Conflicts – A Wolf Advocate’s View (pdf)

Presentation by Amaroq Weiss, Center For Biological Diversity at the International Wolf Symposium October 2018

Killing wolves to prevent predation on livestock may protect one farm but harm neighbors (pdf)

Avila et al

EFFECTS OF WOLVES ON ELK AND CATTLE BEHAVIORS: IMPLICATIONS FOR LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION AND WOLF CONSERVATION (PDF)

Laporte et al

A RANCHERS GUIDE – COEXISTENCE AMONG LIVESTOCK, PEOPLE & WOLVES (PDF)

Sadie Parr et al

HUMAN-WILDLIFE CONFLICT AS A BARRIER TO LARGE CARNIVORE MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION IN TURKEY (PDF)

Chynoweth et al

HOW TO MINIMIZE LIVESTOCK LOSSES TO PREDATORS (PDF)

A Guide for Livestock Producers

MANAGING CONFLICT: COEXISTENCE WITH BEARS, COUGARS, AND WOLVES (PDF)

People and Carnivores researches and updates this collection of peer-reviewed journal articles relating to conflict science every few years

It’s 110 pages and includes abstracts of roughly 150 studies in the following categories:

  • Collaborative and Community-Based Practice and Management
  • Compensation Programs 
  • Habitat Conditions, Movement, and Connectivity 
  • Hunting 
  • Patterns of Conflict 
  • Policy, Governance and Social Science 
  • Lethal Control 
  • Nonlethal and Preventative Tools

Wolf Paw Print