Large carnivores present biggest test to coexistence, zonal management could help

From Buckrail:

JACKSON, Wyo. — In the quest for coexistence in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE), addressing the reality of humans’ competition with large carnivores is critical to the future of the local ecology. And to help prioritize coexisting over competing, wolf biologists say zonal management is an important key to the balancing act.

Large carnivores are a big focus in the GYE because of their reintroduction success and their roles as keystone species, but also because of the rivalry they seem to present to human communities in the region.


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