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      Revisiting translocation and reintroduction programmes: the importance of considering stress

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      Animal Behaviour

      Elsevier BV

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            Surveys of recent (1973 to 1986) intentional releases of native birds and mammals to the wild in Australia, Canada, Hawaii, New Zealand, and the United States were conducted to document current activities, identify factors associated with success, and suggest guidelines for enhancing future work. Nearly 700 translocations were conducted each year. Native game species constituted 90 percent of translocations and were more successful (86 percent) than were translocations of threatened, endangered, or sensitive species (46 percent). Knowledge of habitat quality, location of release area within the species range, number of animals released, program length, and reproductive traits allowed correct classification of 81 percent of observed translocations as successful or not.
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              Stress and Decision Making under the Risk of Predation: Recent Developments from Behavioral, Reproductive, and Ecological Perspectives

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                Journal
                Animal Behaviour
                Animal Behaviour
                Elsevier BV
                00033472
                January 2007
                January 2007
                : 73
                : 1
                : 1-13
                Article
                10.1016/j.anbehav.2006.06.002
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                © 2007

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