Results from Wildlife Values in the West indicate that wildlife value orientations influence the extent to which certain types of wildlife management actions are supported by different segments of the public.
They also affect public trust in fish and wildlife management agencies and participation in different types of wildlife-based recreation. Sample findings are included below.
- Wildlife value orientations and public preference for management of nuissance situations involving carnivores
- Mutualist wildlife value orientations and the level of trust in fish and wildlife agencies across the western U.S. states
- Wildlife value orientations and participation in different types of wildlife-related recreation