Contributor(s):: Walker, Blair S.
Contributor(s):: Daily, Laura
For Pet Lovers
Contributor(s):: Kalian, Linda, Kalian, Robert
How many pets travel with their owners and in what kind of style?
Contributor(s):: Libbon, Robert P.
Perceptions of village dogs by villagers and tourists in the coastal region of rural Oaxaca, Mexico
Contributor(s):: Ruiz-Izaguirre, E., Eilers, C. H. A. M.
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.
The land ethnic? Tourism's non-human actors
Contributor(s):: Hall, Derek R., Brown, Frances
Making Wildlife Viewable: Habituation and Attraction
Contributor(s):: Knight, J.
Negotiating Nostalgia: The Rhetoricity of Thylacine Representation in Tasmanian Tourism
Contributor(s):: Turner, S. S.
When wildlife tourism goes wrong: a case study of stakeholder and management issues regarding Dingoes on Fraser Island, Australia
Contributor(s):: Burns, G. L., Howard, P.
Images on brochures, web pages and postcards lead to an expectation by tourists and visitors that interaction with Dingoes (Canis lupus Dingo) will be part of their Fraser Island experience in Australia. However, as the number of tourists to the island increase, so do the reports of Dingo...
Moral and empirical dimensions of human-animal interactions in ecotourism: deepening an otherwise shallow pool of debate
Contributor(s):: Fennell, D., Nowaczek, A.
Although ecotourism is often theorised as a hard path and ecocentric, in the last decade such travel has softened to accommodate heightened demand in a growing number of regions, and the inclusion of other more consumptive types of activities. In light of these changes, we focus on the moral...
Animal temperament and human disturbance: implications for the response of wildlife to tourism
Contributor(s):: Martin, J. G., Reale, D.
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...
Interactions between visitors and Formosan macaques ( Macaca cyclopis ) at Shou-Shan Nature Park, Taiwan
Contributor(s):: Hsu, M. J., Kao, ChienChing, Agoramoorthy, G.
Ecotourism involving feeding wildlife has raised public attention and is a controversial issue, especially concerning nonhuman primates. Between July 2002 and April 2005, the behavior of monkeys and tourists was collected through scan samplings, focal samplings and behavior samplings at the...
Habituation potential of yellow-eyed penguins depends on sex, character and previous experience with humans
Contributor(s):: Ellenberg, Ursula, Mattern, Thomas, Seddon, Philip J.
Human-animal medicine: clinical approaches to zoonoses, toxicants and other shared health risks [book review]
Contributor(s):: Corrie Brown
Hooray, finally a book emerges about the human–animal interface that addresses both perspectives equitably and seamlessly. Peter Rabinowitz, a physician, and Lisa Conti, a veterinarian, effectively present material that is thorough, balanced, and of great relevance for practitioners of all...
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