VOL. 50 · NO. 11 | November 2023

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Research Paper
Josie V. Vayro, Emalee A. Vandermale, Courtney W. Mason
Wildlife Research 50 (11), 911-926, (3 January 2023) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR22005
KEYWORDS: BC Parks, community-based participatory research, conservation, conservation education, human–animal interactions, human perceptions of wildlife, mitigation strategies, Oreamnos americanus
Kyla Chloe Johnstone, Clare McArthur, Peter Bruce Banks
Wildlife Research 50 (11), 954-964, (2 February 2023) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR22046
KEYWORDS: Burramys parvus, personality, population estimates, recapture probability, risk and reward, risk-taking, survey bias, trapping
Jeremy A. Baumgardt, Aaron M. Foley, Kathryn M. Sliwa, Randy W. DeYoung, J. Alfonso Ortega-S., David G. Hewitt, Tyler A. Campbell, John A. Goolsby, Kim H. Lohmeyer
Wildlife Research 50 (11), 890-898, (12 January 2023) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR22049
KEYWORDS: Boselaphus tragocamelus, Capture myopathy, mortality, movement behaviour, net-gun, net-squared displacement, survival, ungulate
Casey L. Taylor, Dieter F. Hochuli, Peter B. Banks
Wildlife Research 50 (11), 927-938, (10 February 2023) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR22069
KEYWORDS: anthropogenic, native wildlife, pest Management, rodents, synanthropes, urban–bushland interface, urban ecology, ticks
Dave L. Mitchell, Mariela Soto-Berelov, Simon D. Jones
Wildlife Research 50 (11), 939-953, (27 January 2023) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR22093
KEYWORDS: ecology, habitat preference, habitat use, koala, LIDAR, radio telemetry, spatial clustering, spatial ecology, wildlife management
Cameron Wilson, Matthew Gentle, Darren Marshall
Wildlife Research 50 (11), 876-889, (16 January 2023) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR22095
KEYWORDS: Activity range, African Swine Fever, core range, disease modelling, feral pig, foliage projective cover, habitat selection, home range, k-LoCoH, MCP, pest Management
Peter Caley, Phillip Cassey
Wildlife Research 50 (11), 869-875, (4 January 2023) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR22116
KEYWORDS: Alien, artificial intelligence, citizen science, crowd sourcing, Data mining, invasive, pest, surveillance
Research Paper
Hugh F. Davies, Brett P. Murphy, Clément Duvert, Georgina Neave
Wildlife Research 50 (11), 899-910, (5 January 2023) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR22134
KEYWORDS: carbon credits, climate change, conservation, feral herbivores, greenhouse gas emissions, northern Australia, ruminants, Tropical savanna
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