Data from: Community-based wildlife management area supports similar mammal species richness and densities compared to a national park

Christian Kiffner, Seth Thomas, Talia Speaker, Victoria O’Connor, Paige Schwarz, John Kioko & Bernard Kissui
Community-based conservation models have been widely implemented across Africa to improve wildlife conservation and livelihoods of rural communities. In Tanzania, communities can set aside land and formally register it as Wildlife Management Area (WMA), which allows them to generate revenue via consumptive or non-consumptive utilization of wildlife. The key, yet often untested, assumption of this model is that economic benefits accrued from wildlife motivate sustainable management of wildlife. To test the ecological effectiveness (here defined...
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