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Free-Ranging Dogs and Wildlife Conservation$
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Matthew E. Gompper

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780199663217

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:osobl/9780199663217.001.0001

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Hunting dogs and the extraction of wildlife as a resource

Hunting dogs and the extraction of wildlife as a resource

(p.265) Chapter 11 Hunting dogs and the extraction of wildlife as a resource
Free-Ranging Dogs and Wildlife Conservation

Jeremy Koster

Andrew Noss

Oxford University Press

This chapter focuses on evaluating the effects of hunting with dogs on wildlife populations and the importance of these impacts for conservation and wildlife management. It examines scenarios in which the use of dogs can bias harvests towards one sex or the other, or to a particular age category in the prey population. It also considers the documentation of the effects of hunting with dogs on the habitat use and ranging behavior of wildlife populations.

Keywords:   hunting dogs, wildlife populations, wildlife management, wildlife conservation, hunting methods

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