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Human–wildlife conflicts like wildlife–vehicle collisions pose major challenges for the management and conservation of mobile wildlife in human-dominated landscapes, particularly when large species are involved.
This study explores the spatial variation element of people's attitudes toward brown bears living nearby .
This research experiments with possible intervention exercises to decrease fear of bears in people who live in brown bear areas.
Does lethal control of wolves affect the inclination to kill wolves illegally; does agency trust or other factors relate to tolerance of wolves; what is the role of focus groups in complex wildlife issues?
The Theory of Reasoned Action can be used to predict the types of information that will influence attitudes toward and support for novel suburban deer (Odocoileus spp.) management techniques such as contraception.