Facilitating human-wildlife interactions in conservation translocations

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Consorte-McCrea, A., Kolipaka, S., Owens, J. R., Ruiz-Miranda, C. R. and Waters, S. 2021. Facilitating human-wildlife interactions in conservation translocations.
AuthorsConsorte-McCrea, A., Kolipaka, S., Owens, J. R., Ruiz-Miranda, C. R. and Waters, S.
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Species reintroductions and translocations are widely used management interventions to restore locally extinct or augment severely depleted species. In such projects, the human dimension issues that influence reintroductions and translocations success are encountered at five different stages of the project life cycle: 1) The pre-project phase 2) At the start, 3) During implementation 4) At the end of the project and 5) Post-project. Whenever any of these are overlooked or treated lightly the result may jeopardise the success of the reintroduction/translocation project. Investments in human-dimension aspects improve community involvement, peers’ acceptance and the support from various interest groups.

The Human-Wildlife Interactions Working Group (HWIWG) was formed in 2018 by members of the IUCN/SSC Conservation Translocation Specialist Group (CTSG). The group has facilitated online discussions and webinars with practitioners, researchers and academics from across the globe, on a wide variety of topics concerning human dimensions of reintroductions. In this workshop we propose to discuss with participants their experiences in human dimensions of conservation translocations in relation to each of 5 proposed stages of a project’s life cycle.  Discussions will be guided by findings from the HWIWG so that participants may identify best practice and key issues in considering human-dimension in each of these 5 stages to inform planning and promote conservation, collaboration amongst groups and coexistence.

KeywordsConservation translocation; Human-wildlife interactions; Biodiversity conservation; Guidelines
Year2021
Conference30th International Congress for Conservation Biology
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