If we do not act quickly to develop and implement a dynamic approach to connectivity, the rapid encroachment of the human footprint will preclude many conservation options.
From Connect-the-Dots to Dynamic Networks: Maintaining and Enhancing Connectivity to Address Climate Change Impacts on Wildlife
Cross et al
Governments in North America and Europe systematically over-inflate native carnivore numbers for political purposes
Political Populations of Large Carnivores
Darimont et al 2018
Values, trust, and cultural backlash in conservation governance: The case of wildlife management in the United States
Manfredo et al
Study found “indications of backlash from a populist hunting culture in the U.S.,” apparently in reaction to “a shift in wildlife values” away from traditional activities like hunting and fishing toward non-consumptive uses and a greater concern for animal welfare.
Mech, L. David. 2017
A free-ranging Gray Wolf (Canis lupus), habituated to human presence (the author) on Ellesmere Island, Canada, learned to anticipate experimental feeding by a human, became impatient, persistent, and bold and exhibited stalking behaviour toward the food source
2016 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation National Overview Issued August 2017
Preliminary information from the 2016 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation is provided in this report. The final, more detailed National Report will be available December 2017.
Mech, David L 2017
Collaborative approaches to predator conservation
Posted on February 16, 2016
Nelson et al
George et al July 2016
Public preferences for species conservation: choosing between lethal control, habitat protection and no action
Lute et al November 2016
Liberg et al 2011
Newsome et al 2015