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Managing the impacts of dingoes and other wild dogs
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Managing the Impacts of Dingoes and Other Wild Dogs is the first book to provide a comprehensive review of the history and biology of wild dogs in Australia, the damage they cause, and community attitudes to their management. Key strategies for successful wild dog management are recommended by the authors, who are scientific experts on wild dog management. The strategies are illustrated by case studies. This book is an essential guide for policy makers, pastoralists, conservation reserve managers and all those interested in wild dog management. Wild dogs, which include feral domestic dogs, dingoes and their hybrids, are a problem in Australia because their predation and harassment of stock causes millions of dollars worth of losses to sheep, cattle and goat producers each year. There are also opportunity costs in areas where sheep are not grazed because of the high risk of wild dog predation
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