Effectiveness of low-cost deterrents in decreasing livestock predation by felids: A case in Central Mexico

  • Zarco-González M
  • Monroy-Vilchis O
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Abstract Livestock predation is one of the main types of conflict between felids and rural communities, resulting in negative effects on human livelihoods and the elimination of predators . It is therefore important to evaluate in the field the effectiveness of nonlethal ...

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  • Felids
  • Human-wildlife conflict
  • Nonlethal control techniques
  • Predation

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