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Human - Wildlife Conflicts Course
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The course's modules
Introduction to Human - Wildlife Conflicts Introduction to Human - Wildlife Conflicts The introductory Module looks at how species become to be classed as problematic from an ecological perspective and the how's and why's of control.
Non- Lethal Methodology Non- Lethal Methodology Module # 2 explores the best possible resolution to problem animals, that of deterrents. Deterrents are divided into two categories: Physical and Chemical, we study them all.
Capture and Translocation Capture and Translocation The obvious solution to conflict with animals is to capture and remove them a suitable location where human interaction is no longer problematic. To this end we close explore the Physical capture of animals with particular focus on hippos and crocodiles. We continue the discussion with looking at Chemical capture and complete the topic with a look at the Mass capture of Redbilled quelea.
Lethal Methodology Lethal Methodology Is lethal methods of problem animal control ever unavoidable ? Two Components consider this question and the species most likely to be sighted for destruction.
The Behaviour of Problem Animals The Behaviour of Problem Animals We return to the subject of animal capture, but from the perspective of animal behaviour. The Module of three components considers Herbivores, Carnivores and Primates.



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