Limiting Depredation by African Carnivores : the Role of Livestock Husbandry

@inproceedings{OGADA2003LimitingDB,
  title={Limiting Depredation by African Carnivores : the Role of Livestock Husbandry},
  author={MORDECAI O. OGADA and Rosie Woodroffe and Nicholas Otienoh Oguge and Laurence G. Frank},
  year={2003}
}
Most large carnivore species are in global decline. Conflict with local people, particularly over depredation on livestock, is a major cause of this decline, affecting both nominally protected populations and those outside protected areas. For this reason, techniques that can resolve conflicts between large carnivores and livestock farmers may make important contributions to conservation. We monitored rates of livestock depredation by lions (Panthera leo), leopards (Panthera pardus), cheetahs… CONTINUE READING
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