Developing a strategy of predator control for the protection of the California least tern: a case history
Contributor(s):: Peter H. Butchko, Maynard A. Small
In recent years, predation has been determined to be a seriously limiting factor in the reproduction of the endangered California least tern (Sterna antillarum browni) at many of its nesting colonies. Among them is a major colony at Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base near Oceanside, CA. Early...
Human-animal bond: endangered birds, the environment and the veterinarian's role
Contributor(s):: Redig, P.