Managing Conflicts with Wildlife: Living with Panthers

Panthers help maintain populations of some native species and control nuisance species such as wild hogs. They are generally secretive and rarely bother people, but there are rare situations where panthers can become dangerous or damaging. In this 4-page fact sheet, we present some facts about panthers, describe dangers and problems they may cause, and provide suggestions on how to cope with these issues. Written by William M. Giuliano, Holly K. Ober, Lauren Watine, Raoul Boughton, Eric Hellgren, Darrell Land, and Mark Lotz, and published by the UF Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, December 2014.
http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/uw399

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Posted: June 12, 2015


Category: Wildlife
Tags: Darrell Land, Eric Hellgren, Holly K. Ober, Lauren Watine, Mark Lotz, Panthers And Jaguars, Raoul Boughton, Wildlife Ecology And Conservation Department, William Giuliano


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