Free ranging dogs and wildlife conservation the interactions of free ranging dogs and wildlife explores the role that dogs play in wildlife survival harvest management protection and disease outbreaks and in how humans perceive conflicts with wildlife wildlife conservation on farmland volume 1. Free ranging dogs and wildlife conservation is aimed at professional wildlife and conservation ecologists managers graduate students and researchers with an interest in human dog wildlife interactions. A common theme woven throughout is the potential for dogs to mediate how humans interact with wildlife and the recognition that the success of wildlife conservation and management efforts are often underpinned by understanding and addressing the potential roles of free ranging dogs in diverse natural ecosystems. 10 the current and future roles of free ranging detection dogs in conservation efforts 239 deborah a smith woollett aimee hurt and ngaio l richards 101 a brief history of detection dogs 239 102 use of free ranging detection dogs in conservation selected case studies 243. A free ranging dog is a dog that is not confined to a yard or house free ranging dogs include street dogs village dogs stray dogs and feral dogsthe global dog population is estimated to be 900 million of which 83 are unrestrained
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