VOL. 50 · NO. 4 | April 2023
 
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Wen-Li Chen, Esther van der Meer, Kurtis Jai-Chyi Pei
Wildlife Research 50 (4), 248-259, (12 September 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR21129
KEYWORDS: anthropogenic mortality, co-existence, conservation incentive, Ferret badger, gem-faced civet, human–wildlife conflict, leopard cat, pangolin
Yigrem Deneke, Aberham Megaze, Wondimagegnheu Tekalign, Taye Dobamo, Herwig Leirs
Wildlife Research 50 (4), 301-309, (29 November 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR21166
KEYWORDS: depredation, economic impact, jackal, leopard, livestock, management strategies, spotted hyena
Yuri Niella, Brett Simes, Andrew Fox, Andrew Wright, Matt Waller, Madeline Riley, Lauren Meyer, Michael Drew, Hugh Pederson, Charlie Huveneers
Wildlife Research 50 (4), 260-271, (4 November 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR22004
KEYWORDS: acoustic telemetry, animal welfare, biopsy sampling, cage-diving, research impacts, shark deterrents, white sharks, wildlife tourism
Iain R. Olivier, Craig J. Tambling, Lana Müller, Frans G. T. Radloff
Wildlife Research 50 (4), 310-324, (6 December 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR22019
KEYWORDS: carnivore, conservation, human–wildlife conflict, lag-rainfall, NDVI, predator, prey, SMART
Zoliswa N. Nhleko, Andre Ganswindt, Sam M. Ferreira, Robert A. McCleery
Wildlife Research 50 (4), 292-300, (11 November 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR22020
KEYWORDS: Climate, fecal glucocorticoid metabolites, human activity, protected areas, poaching, season, stress, white rhino
Neil E. Coughlan, William O’Shea, Ross N. Cuthbert, Thomas C. Kelly, Neil Mitham, Jeremy Nicholson
Wildlife Research 50 (4), 237-247, (3 August 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR22032
KEYWORDS: airfield, bird strike, foraging sites, human–wildlife conflicts, non-lethal, roof-top nesting, roof-top roosts, wildlife management
Mirza D. Kusrini, Ramdani Manurung, Fata Habiburrahman Faz, Aristyo Dwiputro, Arief Tajalli, Huda Nur Prasetyo, Pramitama Bayu Saputra, Umar F. Kennedi, Ditro Wibisono Parikesit, Richard Shine, Daniel Natusch
Wildlife Research 50 (4), 272-282, (8 November 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR22079
KEYWORDS: aquatic habitat, conservation, density, Homalopsidae, predator–prey, puff-faced water snake, resource subsidy, sustainable offtake, wildlife management
Quraisy Zakky, Amir Hamidy, Slamet Priambada, Alamsyah Elang Nusa Herlambang, Evy Arida, Awal Riyanto, Mumpuni, Richard Shine, Daniel J. D. Natusch
Wildlife Research 50 (4), 283-291, (4 November 2022) https://doi.org/10.1071/WR22086
KEYWORDS: Homalopsidae, Homalopsinae, life history, mangrove snake, population demography, sustainability, sustainable harvest, wildlife trade
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