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Right Under our Noses: How Detection Dogs Can Drive Conservation, from Ecological Monitoring to Combating Wildlife Trafficking – slide presentation

Pete Coppolillo presented an overview of the conservation detection dog field and how dogs can help wildlife conservation efforts worldwide, from monitoring cryptic or rare species, to detecting threats like wire snares, to detecting illegal bushmeat and ivory in transit. Pete CoppolilloIn this rich presentation, Pete discussed the circumstances under which dogs are preferable to conventional methods and some of the constraints on and concerns about using dogs in the field and the developing world.

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