VOL. 49 · NO. 7 | October 2022
 
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Hila Shamon, Andy J. Boyce, Kyran Kunkle, William J. McShea
Wildlife Research 49 (7), 610-623, (31 March 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR20185
KEYWORDS: habitat selection, elk, mule deer, NDVI, Northern Great Plains, plains bison, pronghorn, white-tailed deer
Hannah E. Clyde, D. Ryan Norris, Emily Lupton, Elizabeth A. Gow
Wildlife Research 49 (7), 583-595, (27 April 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR20205
KEYWORDS: companion animals, Felis catus, feral cats, free-ranging cat, habitat use, owned cats, seasonal effects, trail cameras, unmarked, urban
Emmi van Harten, Ruth Lawrence, Lindy F. Lumsden, Terry Reardon, Andrew F. Bennett, Thomas A. A. Prowse
Wildlife Research 49 (7), 646-658, (2 May 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR21088 Open Access
KEYWORDS: bats, encounter probability, mark–recapture, migration, Miniopterus, PIT tags, population modelling, wildlife tracking
Rosemary Hohnen, James Smith, Josh Mulvaney, Tom Evans, Trish Mooney
Wildlife Research 49 (7), 637-645, (26 April 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR21090 Open Access
KEYWORDS: camera trapping, Curiosity baiting, Felis catus, habitat use, invasive species, Kangaroo Island, Spatially explicit capture–recapture, threatened species, woodland habitats
Stephen R. Griffiths, Kylie A. Robert, Christopher S. Jones
Wildlife Research 49 (7), 596-609, (5 May 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR21112 Open Access
KEYWORDS: artificial hollow, cavity microclimate, climate change, conservation biology, Environmental stress, nest box, thermoregulation, wildlife management
Nicholas J. Rutter, Arthur A. Stukas, Tiffani J. Howell, Jack H. Pascoe, Pauleen C. Bennett
Wildlife Research 49 (7), 624-636, (14 April 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR21113 Open Access
KEYWORDS: anthrozoology, conservation management, endangered species, faeces, invasive species, olfaction, scent
Sebastien Comte, Elaine Thomas, Andrew J. Bengsen, Ami Bennett, Naomi E. Davis, Sean Freney, Stephen M. Jackson, Matt White, David M. Forsyth, Daniel Brown
Wildlife Research 49 (7), 659-672, (26 May 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR21147 Open Access
KEYWORDS: Alpine National Park, BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS, Camera trap, Cervus unicolor, diel cycle, invasive species, population dynamics, ungulates, wallowing
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