Human–Wildlife Interactions (HWI) is the only scientific journal dedicated specifically to publishing manuscripts that report research, management case studies, and policy perspectives designed to enhance the professional management of human–wildlife conflicts. HWI is an open-access journal published 3 times per year.
Early online access is available for articles published in a forthcoming issue.
HWI's latest impact factor is 2.119.
Volume 16, Issue 3 (2022) Winter 2022
Letter from the Editor
Mitigating Bighorn Sheep–Vehicle Collisions and Habitat Fragmentation with Overpasses and Adaptive Mitigation
Jeffrey W. Gagnon, Chad D. Loberger, Kari S. Ogren, Scott C. Sprague, Susan R. Boe, and Raymond E. Schweinsburg
Cultivation of Industrial Hemp on and Near Airports: Implications for Wildlife Use and Risk to Aviation Safety
Bradley F. Blackwell, Page E. Klug, Lee A. Humberg, Zachary T. Brym, Bryan M. Kluever, and Jennifer M. Edwards
Industrial Hemp as a Resource for Birds in Agroecosystems: Human–Wildlife Conflict or Conservation Opportunity?
Emily A. Kotten, Iona Hennessy, Bryan M. Kluever, Zachary T. Brym, Bradley F. Blackwell, Lee A. Humberg, and Page E. Klug
Texas Hunters’ Perceptions Regarding the Acceptability of Toxicants to Control Wild Pig Populations
Keith M. Carlisle, Sophie McKee, Hailey E. Ellis, Lauren M. Jaebker, John M. Tomeček, Alan D. Bright, Rachael L. Connally, Maureen G. Frank, and Stephanie A. Shwiff
The Impact of COVID-19 on Wildlife Strike Rates in the United States
Dan Parsons, Michael Malouf, and Wayne Martin
Impact of COVID-19 on Aviation-Wildlife Strikes Across Europe
Isabel C. Metz, Marta Giordano, Dionysios Ntampakis, Marianna Moira, Anneke Hamann, Rosanne Blijleven, Jürgen J. Ebert, and Alessandro Montemaggiori
Letter to the Editor
Symbiotic Relationship Between Local People and Asiatic Black Bears