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Tree Species As A Correlate Of Game Damage To Plantation Forests In South West Of Mount Kenya
Game damage to forest plantations in South West of Mount Kenya is a threat to the development and management of forests. Tree species have been reckoned among factors which influence game damage to plantations in many parts of the world. There is little and conclusive information on the impact of game damage on commercial plantations in Kenya. In this paper we have examined the influence of tree species on game damage to plantation forests in south western Mount Kenya. The objective of the study was to generate evidence on the influence of tree species on game damage to plantation forests in a biodiversity conservation area under the purview of the Kenya Forest Service.
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