"Buddhist compassion" and "animal abuse" in Thailand's Tiger Temple
Contributor(s):: Cohen, E.
A Boy and His Fawn: Parallel Animals in A Trip to Florida for Health and Sport and The Yearling
Contributor(s):: Seidel, Kathryn
A Brief Note on the Significance of Prehistoric Dogs from the Eastern Aleutian Islands
Contributor(s):: Holland, Kathryn M.
A comparison of body size, coat condition and endoparasite diversity of wild Barbary macaques exposed to different levels of tourism
Contributor(s):: Borg, C., Majolo, B., Qarro, M., Semple, S.
Primate tourism is a rapidly growing industry with the potential to provide considerable conservation benefits. However, assessing the impact of tourists on the animals involved is vital to ensure that the conservation value of primate tourism is maximized. In this study, we compared body size,...
A Dog's Life in the Far West: Speculation on the fate of the big Newfoundland that accompanied Lewis & Clark
Contributor(s):: Jackson, John C.
A Framework to Evaluate Wildlife Feeding in Research, Wildlife Management, Tourism and Recreation
Contributor(s):: Sara Dubois, David Fraser
Feeding of wildlife occurs in the context of research, wildlife management, tourism and in opportunistic ways. A review of examples shows that although feeding is often motivated by good intentions, it can lead to problems of public safety and conservation and be detrimental to the welfare of the...
A welfare assessment scoring system for working equids - a method for identifying at risk populations and for monitoring progress of welfare enhancement strategies (trialed in Egypt)
Contributor(s):: Ali, A. B. A., El-Sayed, M. A., Matoock, M. Y., Fouad, M. A., Heleski, C. R.
There are an estimated 112 million horses, donkeys and mules (i.e., working equids) in developing regions of the world. Though their roles are often fundamental to the well-being of the families they work for, their welfare is often severely compromised due to the limited resources and/or limited...
Angels Travel on Horseback in South Africa
Animal temperament and human disturbance: implications for the response of wildlife to tourism
Contributor(s):: Martin, J. G., Reale, D.
Animal Theme Parks: An Investigation of Best Practices in Selected Theme Parks
Contributor(s):: Tatyanna Nguyen
Animal theme parks are on the rise in the tourism industry. As a result, it is essential to examine the treatment procedures used for theme park animals. The purpose of this study was to investigate the best practices related to the use of animals in parks at Disney’s Animal Kingdom,...
Animal viewing in postmodern America : a case study of the Yellowstone wolf watchers
Contributor(s):: Jo Anne Young
The purpose of this thesis is to examine the American relationship with wildlife by way of a case study of the Yellowstone wolf watchers. The American relationship with nature and animals changed at a never before seen rate during the modern era because of capitalism and industrialization. Our...
Contributor(s):: Kilmer, K.
Association with humans and seasonality interact to reverse predictions for animal space use
Contributor(s):: Laver, P. N., Alexander, K. A.
Behavioral monitoring of big cats involved in 'behind-the-scenes' zoo visitor tours
Contributor(s):: Szokalski, Monika S., Foster, Wendy K., Litchfield, Carla A.
Behavioural responses of South American fur seals to approach by tourists - a brief report
Contributor(s):: Cassini, M. H.
I studied the responses (retreats, threats, attacks or leaving the rookery) of South American fur seals Arctocephalus australis to tourist approaches at a non-reproductive, continental colony of located in Cabo Polonio, Uruguay (34 degrees 24'S, 53 degrees 46'W). Fur seals tolerated relatively...
Behavorial responses of one western lowland gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) group at Bai Hokou, Central African Republic, to tourists, researchers and trackers
Contributor(s):: Klailova, Michelle
Boat preference and stress behaviour of Hector's dolphin in response to tour boat interactions
Contributor(s):: Georgia-Rose Travis
Dolphins are increasingly coming into contact with humans, particularly where tourism is involved. It has been assumed that such contact causes chronic stress on dolphin populations. This study examined relatively naive populations of Hector's dolphins and their interaction with various...
Cats--source of protection or infection? A case-control study of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome
Contributor(s):: Xu, Z. Y., Tang, Y. W., Kan, L. Y., Tsai, T. F.