The November issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management

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Two main theories have been proposed for natural limitation of puma populations: social limitation and food limitation. In the featured article of the November issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management, the authors present food limitation and regulation as offering a better explanation of phenomena associated with pumas, and they suggest they may serve as a better guide in puma conservation and management efforts.

Other articles look at legal regulation of supplementary cervid feeding facing chronic wasting disease, the recovery of Svalbard reindeer and sage-grouse and transmission lines.

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