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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.

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Current Issue: Volume 12, Issue 3 (2018) Winter 2018

Letters from the Editor

In the News

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In the News
Jason Matthews and Joe N. Caudell

Special Topics

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Portable Electric Fencing for Bear Deterrence and Conservation
Tom S. Smith, Bryan Hopkins, John Gookin, and Samantha Thompson

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Conservation of Threatened Canada-USA Trans-border Grizzly Bears Linked to Comprehensive Conflict Reduction
Michael F. Proctor, Wayne F. Kasworm, Kimberly M. Annis, A. Grant MacHutchon, Justin E. Teisberg, Thomas G. Radandt, and Chris Servheen

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Managing Human-Habituated Bears to Enhance Survival, Habitat Effectiveness, and Public Viewing
Kerry A. Gunther, Katharine R. Wilmot, Steven L. Cain, Travis C. Wyman, Eric G. Reinertson, and Amanda M. Bramblett

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Using Global Positioning System Technology to Manage Human-Black Bear Incidents at Yosemite National Park
Rachel L. Mazur, Ryan M. Leahy, Caitlin J. Lee-Roney, and Kathleen E. Patrick

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Black Bears Recolonizing Historic Ranges: Indiana Human–Bear Interactions
Bradford J. Westrich, Emily B. McCallen, and Geriann Albers

Research Articles/Notes

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Motivations and Satisfaction of North Dakota Deer Hunters During a Temporal Decline in Deer Populations
Kristen E. Black, William F. Jensen, Robert Newman, and Jason R. Boulanger

Review

The Back Page

Call for Papers

Awards and Scholarships

Letter to the Editor

Call for Papers

Special Topic: Commensal Vertebrate Pests

Associate Editor: S. Nicole Frey

Submission Deadline: March 1, 2019

For more information, see the Call for Papers