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The following documents have been produced by ALPRU/PMiC:

  • Predation management in South Africa - historical milestones v 5.5 outlines the course of predation management in South Africa. The latest document was issued in November 2021.
    This document forms part of an ongoing process. Therefore, additional documented information on the historical timeline of predation management in South Africa is welcomed.

Links to human-wildlife conflict and predation-related videos on the web

Conservation International has produced videos covering their efforts at human-wildlife conflict mitigation in South Africa. "Man's best friend, saving Africa's wildlife" and  "Finding the balance for farmers and predators in South Africa" cover some of the predation management strategies employed by farmers to reduce livestock predation. 

A video titled "Dingo: wild dog at war" covers the conflict between humans and dingoes in Australia; a conflict not much different from that between humans and black-backed jackals in South Africa. A notable difference, however, is that the dingo is still regarded by some as an introduced species, which explains the differences in predation management strategies implemented in Australia.


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