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Human-Wildlife Interactions is interested in publishing papers that synthesize the management, policy, human dimensions, and biological science that have contributed or can contribute to achieving sustainable wild horse and burro (WHB) management in the United States and globally. In particular, we are interested in case studies of local community involvement in WHB management and policy, synthesis of the applications of fertility control in managing WHB populations, public knowledge and perceptions of WHBs and their management, and research evaluating the cost-effectiveness and efficiency of management options to achieve sustainable WHB management. We also encourage letters to the editor that share and describe local experiences in WHB management. The submission deadline for contributing a research article, case study, opinion, commentary, or other manuscript for this special issue is July 1, 2021.

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