Law Student Paper Series — Reducing Wildlife Mismanagement in the U.S.
Despite persistent misguided beliefs, hunting does not reduce conflicts between wild animals and humans. Join Sahana Ramdas, Buffalo University, in a presentation analyzing the misaligned role played by the U.S. regulatory bodies, with a focus on ways to reduce conflict without compromising on the protection of wildlife and nature preservation. A brief Q&A to follow.
This webinar has been pre-recorded. Watch it now!
- Redefining Vermin: A Short History of Wildlife Eradication
- History of Wildlife Management in West Virginia WV DNR Archives
- National Deer Association: Deer Report
- Ravenous Deer Might Not Destroy Biodiversity After All
- Positive Interactions Between Herbivores and Plant Diversity Shape Forest Regeneration
- Effects of Wolf Mortality on Livestock Depredations
- Effects of Remedial Sport Hunting on Cougar Complaints and Livestock Depredations
- The Long Persecuted Coyote is Not Vermin After All
- Coyote Relationships with Other Animal Species
- USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
- Ecology of Harvest‐Driven Trait Changes and Implications for Ecosystem Management
- Regulated Hunting Re-Shapes the Life History of Brown Bears
- Wildlife Categorized as Vermin_Analysis of the Wildlife Management Practices in the USA and Its Ecological Implications on Natural Ecosystems paper by Sahana Ramdas (PDF)
- Reducing Wildlife Mismanagement in the U.S. – PPT Presentation (PDF)
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