Hunting suitability model - a new tool for managing wild ungulates

Paul Griesberger, Leopold Obermair, Josef Zandl, Gabrielle Stalder, Walter Arnold & Klaus Hackländer
Rising numbers of wild ungulates in human-dominated landscapes of Europe can induce negative effects like damages to forests. Therefore, effective wildlife management, including harvesting through hunting is becoming increasingly important. However, current hunting practices often fail to diminish those negative effects, as many ungulate species retreat to areas unsuitable for hunting. This predator-avoidance behaviour makes it difficult to fulfill the demand of reducing population numbers. Thus, there is an urgent need for innovative and effective...
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