Management and control of wild canids alongside people
This chapter examines why canids often find themselves in conflict with humans, and how managers and conservationists have tackled these conflicts. The biological basis for conflict, attacks on humans and disease transmission, livestock predation, predation on games species, and conflict with threatened wildlife species are discussed. Approaches to solving conflict between canids and people are presented.
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