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  1. Factors associated with hare mortality during coursing

    Contributor(s):: Reid, N., McDonald, R. A., Montgomery, W. I.

    Hare coursing is a widespread but controversial activity. In an attempt to reduce hare mortality and mitigate the activity's impact on hare welfare, the Irish Coursing Club introduced measures including the compulsory muzzling of dogs in 1993. However, the efficacy of these measures remained the...

  2. Immediate immobilisation of a Minke whale using a grenade harpoon requires striking a restricted target area

    Contributor(s):: Knowles, T. G., Butterworth, A.

    Approximately 1500 Minke whales are killed annually under permit from the International Whaling Commission (IWC). This hunt supports a modest industry in Norway and in Japan; however, the welfare of whales during hunting and killing is such a cause of concern that in 1980 the IWC formed a...

  3. The effects upon badgers ( Meles meles ) of the activities of a single, persistent poacher

    Contributor(s):: Griffiths, H. I.

  4. The external locations of harpoon wounds on minke whales taken in antarctic commercial whaling operations, 1978/79 season

    Contributor(s):: Best, P. B.

  5. The welfare of free-living wild animals in Europe: harm caused by human activities

    Contributor(s):: Sainsbury, A. W., Bennett, P. M., Kirkwood, J. K.

  6. Welfare implications of culling red deer ( Cervus elaphus )

    Contributor(s):: Bradshaw, E. L., Bateson, P.

    Welfare costs of culling of red deer by rifle ('stalking') or by hunting with hounds ('hunting') were compared in southwestern England. Observations of hunts revealed that likely stressors such as close proximity to humans and hounds, active pursuit, noise, obstruction and physical restraint...

  7. Welfare implications of the night shooting of wild impala ( Aepyceros melampus )

    Contributor(s):: Lewis, A. R., Pinchin, A. M., Kestin, S. C.

  8. Wounding rates in shooting foxes ( Vulpes vulpes )

    Contributor(s):: Fox, N. C., Blay, N., Greenwood, A. G., Wise, D., Potapov, E.

    One-hundred-and-ninety-nine shooters in England, Wales and Scotland shot at fox-shaped targets in 35 shotgun regimes including .410 and 12 bore using No 6, BB or AAA shot sizes at 25, 40 or 60 yards, with open and full choke barrels, and skilled, semi-skilled or unskilled shooters. A further 16...

  9. Husbandry and hunting in the Neolithic of Central Germany

    Contributor(s):: Döhle, Hans-Jürgen

  10. Les grands mammifères de la couche 5 de Mutzig I (Bas-Rhin): la subsistance au Paléolithique moyen en Alsace

    Contributor(s):: Patou-Mathis, Marylène

  11. Seasonal activities of human and non-human inhabitants of the Geissenklösterle-Cave, near Blaubeuren, Alb-Danube district

    Contributor(s):: Münzel, Susanne C.

  12. Sex-ratio et stratégies de chasse au Paléolithique : l'apport de l'analyse des mélanges = Sex-ratio and hunting strategies of the Palaeolithic : the contribution of mixture analysis

    Contributor(s):: Monchot, H.

  13. Wild boar - age at death estimates - the relevance of new modern data for archaeological skeletal material, 2) : shaft growth in length and breadth - archaeological application

    Contributor(s):: Vigne, Jean-Denis, Bridault, Anne, Horard-Herbin, Marie-Pierre, Pellé, Ã