並製本：xv, 239 p.
サイズ：15.5 × 22.4 cm
Human-wildlife conflict is a major global wildlife conservation concern. The crop-raiding component of it is of particular concern especially because it mainly affects rural small-scale farmers whose livelihoods depend entirely on crop farming. Reconciling the needs of farmers and those of crop raiding wildlife is a significant conservation challenge. However, the nature of conflicts between people and wildlife at local levels is not fully understood. Conflict resolution is constrained by an inadequate understanding of the realities that surround particular areas that are prone to human-wildlife conflict. In this book I explore problem from the perspective of rural farmers to describe and quantify its impacts in Kenya and provide guidance for its resolution.