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Human-wildlife conflicts in backcountry: possible solutions



Human-wildlife conflicts in backcountry: possible solutions



Recreational impact on wildlands Conference proceedings October 27-29, 1978: 153-156



Wildlife is increasingly threatened by growing numbers of backcountry recreationists and diminishing wildlands. Biological sociological, managerial, and popular literature was reviewed to identify the extent of human impacts as well as possible solutions to them. Although intentional harassment does occur, the major impact results from recreationists who innocently produce stressful situations for wildlife.

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