HABRI Central - Tags: wildlife
 
You are here: Home / Tags / wildlife / All Categories

Tags: wildlife

All Categories (1-20 of 415)

  1. Pillars for successful operationalization of one health as an ecosystem approach: experience from a human-animal interface in the Maasai steppe in Tanzania

    Full-text: Available

    | Contributor(s):: Gwakisa, P., George, J., Sindato, C., Ngonyoka, A., Nnko, H., Assenga, J., Kimera, S., Nessele, M. O.

    Background: Solving complex public health challenges requires integrated approaches to health, such as One Health. A key element of the One Health approach is the interrelationship between human, animal and environmental health and the associated multistakeholder collaboration across many...

  2. Lockdown’s Silver Lining? Different Levels of Roadkill during the COVID-19 Times in Lithuania

    Full-text: Available

    | Contributor(s):: Balčiauskas, Linas, Stratford, Jos, Kučas, Andrius, Balčiauskienė, Laima

    The impact of COVID-19 restrictions on human and vehicular mobility on the number of roadkills of wild mammals, and roe deer in particular, was assessed in Lithuania. We statistically analyzed the distribution of all mammals and roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) as the most abundant species...

  3. Sharing the space of the creature: Intersubjectivity as a lens toward mutual human-wildlife dignity

    | Contributor(s):: Perry, D. J.

  4. Assessing preferences and motivations for owning exotic pets: Care matters

    Full-text: Available

    | Contributor(s):: Anna Hausmann, Gonzalo Cortés-Capano, Iain Fraser, Enrico Di Minin

    Understanding drivers of demand for exotic pets may help inform adequate conservation strategies to address unsustainable trade. Here, we used a best-worst scaling approach to understand the variety of preferences and motivations for owning exotic pets. Respondents (316 from 33 countries)...

  5. SARS-CoV-2 in animals: susceptibility of animal species, risk for animal and public health, monitoring, prevention and control

    | Contributor(s):: Nielsen, Soren Saxmose, Alvarez, Julio, Bicout, Dominique Joseph, Calistri, Paolo, Canali, Elisabetta, Drewe, Julian Ashley, Garin-Bastuji, Bruno, Gonzales Rojas, Jose Luis, Gortazar, Christian, Herskin, Mette, Michel, Virginie, Miranda Chueca, Miguel Angel, Padalino, Barbara, Pasquali, Paolo, Roberts, Helen Clare, Spoolder, Hans, Velarde, Antonio, Viltrop, Arvo, Winckler, Christoph, Adlhoch, Cornelia, Aznar, Inmaculada, Baldinelli, Francesca, Boklund, Anette, Broglia, Alessandro, Gerhards, Nora, Mur, Lina, Nannapaneni, Priyanka, Stahl, Karl

  6. Environmental and training factors affect canine detection probabilities for terrestrial newt surveys

    | Contributor(s):: Grimm-Seyfarth, A.

  7. Managing Our Relationship with Free-Roaming Cats in Zoopoland

    | Contributor(s):: Schaffner, Joan E.

  8. Applying One Health to Free-Roaming Cats

    | Contributor(s):: Lindenmayer, Joann M., Bays, Danielle Jo, Pesek, Julia

  9. Estimates of Domestic Cats in Urban Areas Using Interdisciplinary Science: The Washington D.C. Cat Count

    | Contributor(s):: Flockhart, D. T. Tyler, Lipsey, Lauren, Herrera, Daniel J., Belsley, Justin, Decker, Samuel T., Moore, Sophie M., Robinson, Erin, Kilgour, R. Julia, Gramza, Ashley, McShea, William, Cove, Michael V., Haston, Roger, Slater, Margaret R., Bays, Danielle Jo, Boone, John D.

  10. A science-based policy for managing free-roaming cats

    | Contributor(s):: Lepczyk, C. A., Duffy, D. C., Bird, D. M., Calver, M., Cherkassky, D., Cherkassky, L., Dickman, C. R., Hunter, D., Jessup, D., Longcore, T., Loss, S. R., Loyd, K. A. T., Marra, P. P., Marzluff, J. M., Noss, R. F., Simberloff, D., Sizemore, G. C., Temple, S. A., Heezik, Y. van

  11. What is a lion worth to local people - quantifying of the costs of living alongside a top predator

    | Contributor(s):: Jacobsen, K. S., Sandorf, E. D., Loveridge, A. J., Dickman, A. J., Johnson, P. J., Mourato, S., Contu, D., Macdonald, D. W.

  12. Owner-ascribed personality profiles distinguish domestic cats that capture and bring home wild animal prey

    | Contributor(s):: Cecchetti, Martina, Crowley, Sarah L., McDonald, Jennifer, McDonald, Robbie A.

  13. Segmenting wildlife value orientations to mitigate human - wildlife conflict for ecotourism development in protected areas

    | Contributor(s):: Birendra, K. C., Min, JihYe, Serenari, C.

  14. Media content analysis of human-predator interaction in IndonesiaAnalisis konten pemberitaan interaksi manusia-satwa predator di Indonesia

    | Contributor(s):: Ardiantiono,, Alfarisi, A. M., Ishaq, Y., Wijaya, R., Septian, R., Hadi, A. N., Surya, R. A., Rahmi, T.

  15. Unnatural Pumas and Domestic Foxes: Relations with Protected Predators and Conspiratorial Rumours in Southern Chile

    | Contributor(s):: Benavides, P., Caviedes, J.

  16. Conservation, human-wildlife conflict, and decentralised governance: complexities beyond incomplete devolution

    | Contributor(s):: Hohbein, R. R., Abrams, J. B.

    Decentralisation of environmental governance (DEG) proliferated around the world in the 1990s, inspired, in part, by theories of common-pool resource governance that argued that local communities could sustainably manage valuable but non-excludable resources given a set of proper institutional...

  17. Impact of wildlife on food crops and approaches to reducing human wildlife conflict in the protected landscapes of Eastern Nepal

    | Contributor(s):: Dahal, N. K., Harada, K., Adhikari, S., Sapkota, R. P., Kandel, S.

  18. Zoonoses: a potential obstacle to the growing wildlife industry of Namibia

    Full-text: Available

    | Contributor(s):: Kudakwashe Magwedere, Maria Y. Hemberger, Louw C. Hoffman, Francis Dziva

    Zoonoses, which account for approximately 75% of emerging human infectious diseases worldwide, pose a re-emerging threat to public health. With an ever-increasing interrelationship between humans, livestock and wildlife species, the threat to human health will rise to unprecedented levels....

  19. The Changing Wildlife Tableau of Hunting Magazine Covers

    | Contributor(s):: Essen, Erica von

  20. Wildlife Photos on Social Media: A Quantitative Content Analysis of Conservation Organisations’ Instagram Images

    Full-text: Available

    | Contributor(s):: Shaw, Meghan N., Borrie, William T., McLeod, Emily M., Miller, Kelly K.

    Wildlife populations are vanishing at alarmingly high rates. This issue is being addressed by organisations around the world and when utilizing social media sites like Instagram, images are potentially more powerful than words at conveying crucial conservation messages and garnering public...