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Human Dimensions research is a broad field of exploring human wildlife interactions by understanding attitudes, beliefs, values, behavioral intentions and behaviors. A questionnaire survey was made for study of human dimension in wildlife management with respondent in villages of Karera Bustard Sanctuary. Human Wildlife Conflict is emerging as a significant wildlife management issue. The conflict results in severe impacts on communities in the form of crop depredation, property damage, loss of livestock, human injury and human killing.
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