Changes in attitudes toward wolves before and after an inaugural public hunting and trapping season: early evidence from Wisconsin's wolf range

@article{Hogberg2015ChangesIA,
  title={Changes in attitudes toward wolves before and after an inaugural public hunting and trapping season: early evidence from Wisconsin's wolf range},
  author={Jamie Hogberg and A. Treves and B. Shaw and L. Naughton-Treves},
  journal={Environmental Conservation},
  year={2015},
  volume={43},
  pages={45 - 55}
}
SUMMARY In many areas, wildlife managers are turning to hunting programmes to increase public acceptance of predators. This study examines attitudes measured before and after a hunting and trapping season (wolf hunt) in Wisconsin (WI), USA, and casts some doubt on whether such programmes actually promote public acceptance. In Wisconsin, attitudes toward wolves (Canis lupus) were recorded before and after the inaugural regulated wolf hunt. Measuring longitudinal changes is particularly important… Expand
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