Residents’ attitudes toward three protected areas in southwestern Nepal

@article{Allendorf2006ResidentsAT,
  title={Residents’ attitudes toward three protected areas in southwestern Nepal},
  author={Teri D. Allendorf},
  journal={Biodiversity and Conservation},
  year={2006},
  volume={16},
  pages={2087-2102}
}
Understanding people’s beliefs and attitudes toward protected areas is a key factor in developing successful management plans to conserve those areas over the long-term. Yet, most of the emphasis in understanding people’s perceptions has been on the conflicts that exist between people and protected areas, such as loss of traditional extraction access or damage by wildlife to crops and livestock. This study addresses the need to explore people’s attitudes toward protected areas in a way that… CONTINUE READING

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