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Community-Based Ocellated Turkey (Meleagris ocellata) Sport Hunting in the Petén, Guatemala

by Rose Hessmiller last modified Mar 27, 2013 10:49 PM
Contributors: Baur, Erick H., McNab, Roan B., Ramos, Victor Hugo, Strindberg, Samantha, Williams, Lovett E.

Case study of a community-based payment for ecosystem (PES)/trophy hunting scheme for conservation in Guatemala. This case study reviews the establishment of an ocellated turkey hunting enterprise in the Petén of Guatemala that was designed to generate profits to support local livelihoods and, thus, to motivate local communities to sustainably manage the forest and its wildlife resources. This paper was updated in the journal of Forest Ecology and Management in 2012, also in the portal library.

Author(s): Baur, Erick H. , McNab, Roan B. , Ramos, Victor Hugo , Strindberg, Samantha , Williams, Lovett E.

Publication Date: 2008

Location: Petén, Guatemala

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