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Skilled Practitioner Classes

Community Wildlife Conflict and Interactions

There are many influencing factors that need to be taken into account regarding community wildlife conflict.  Such conflict differs regionally and one solution does not necessarily work for all similar situations.  Most conflicts are unique and compounded by different countries having different laws and legislation regarding its wildlife.  Do communities place a value on their wildlife or not?  This question has a significant influence on how wildlife is tolerated.  Many wildlife laws have been put in place by African countries because of internal pressure. The ban of hunting and its effects on wildlife in certain African counties are also discussed and how it has in the long term decimated multiple number of species.

This class is approximately +-1,5 hours in duration and executed by Pieter Nel.


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