Variability and Change in Maasai Views of Wildlife and the Implications for Conservation
Contributor(s):: Western, David, Manzolillo Nightingale, D. L., Mose, Victor Nyaliki, Johnson, Ole Sipitiek, Kimiti, Kennedy S.
Nature experience promotes preference for and willingness to coexist with wild animals among urban and suburban residents in Malaysia
| Contributor(s):: Huda Farhana Mohamad Muslim, Hosaka Tetsuro, Numata Shinya, Noor Azlin Yahya
Introduction A decline in direct experience with nature can lead to disaffection of natural environments, wildlife, and public indifference towards biodiversity conservation. This study measured on affective attitude towards wildlife (i.e., preferences for and willingness to coexist with 22...
Exploring the animal turn: Human-animal relations in science, society and culture
| Contributor(s):: Erika Andersson Cederholm, Amelie Björck, Kristina Jennbert, Ann-Sofie Lönngren
Animals' omnipresence in human society makes them both close to and ye tremarkably distant from humans. Human and animal lives have always been entangled, but the way we see and practice the relationships between humans and animals - as close, intertwined, or clearly separate - varies from...
Public perceptions of coyotes in Vancouver
| Contributor(s):: Renee Proulx
The coyote (Canis latrans) has benefitted from the urbanization of previously undeveloped areas and have successfully expanded their range across North America. As they are newcomers, it is interesting to track how the public interacts with and perceives the species. This study is modelled after...
Spaces of co-existence : the processes and prospects of living with endangered species
| Contributor(s):: John Wall
As humans alter the world ever more dramatically, the possibility of successful futures for other species declines. Current extinctions are driven by human impacts — namelyconversion of plant and animal habitat for human use, overexploitation of marine and terrestrial plants and animals,...
Lessons from wolves: stakeholder perspectives and experiences with northern rocky wolf reintroduction
| Contributor(s):: Jami L. (jami Lynn) Wright
The gray wolf, Canis lupus, inhabited all parts of the North American continent for at least 300,000 years prior to European colonization (Wilson, et al. 2000). Lopez (1978) estimated the species population to have been around several hundred thousand in just the western United States and Mexico....
Animals Unmodified: Defining Animals/Defining Human Obligations to Animals
| Contributor(s):: Taimie L. Bryant
Elephants and ethics : toward a morality of coexistence
| Contributor(s):: Wemmer, Christen M., Christen, Catherine A.
Remembering elephants: Our future together
| Contributor(s):: Baenninger, Ronald
Human-elephant conflicts in Africa: Who has the right of way?
| Contributor(s):: Kiiru, Winnie