American’s spend almost 2 billion dollars and 268 million hours trying to stop wildlife from damaging their property (Conover 1997). How much of that money and time is spent trying to stop the wrong animal because the landowner misidentified the culprit?
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- Identification of scat
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Conover, Michael R. 1997. Wildlife Management by Metropolitan Residents in the United States: Practices, Perceptions, Costs, and Values. Wildlife Society Bulletin 25(2):306-311.