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  1. Community-based monitoring of tigers in Nepal

    Contributor(s):: Teri Allendorf, Bhim Gurung, J. L. David Smith

    Local citizens recruited and trained as bagh heralu (“tiger watchers”) helped us to collect information on the distribution of tiger throughout the Tarai of Nepal. While the ultimate goal of the bagh heralu program was to map the current metapopulation of tigers in Nepal and to determine extent...

  2. Endangered Species Bulletin, December 2004

    In this issue:4 The Prairie Wetlands Learning Center6 Reaching Out to “Save our Snakes”8 Eider Journey10 Slowing the Flow12 Creative Partners, Creative Solutions14 Teaching the Children: A Hawaiian Tradition16 All it Takes is a Little Mussel18 Bird Watchers Flock to Michigan20 The Year of the...

  3. Habitat associations of the long-nosed potoroo (potoroos tridactylus) at multiple spatial scales

    | Contributor(s):: Melinda A. Norton

    The long-nosed potoroo (Potorous tridactylus) is a threatened, ground-dwelling marsupial known to have been highly disadvantaged by changes brought about since European settlement in Australia. Key threats to the species are believed to be fox predation and habitat loss and/or fragmentation. In...

  4. The whooping crane crossfostering experiment: the role of animal damage control

    | Contributor(s):: Roderick C. Drewien, Stephen H. Bouffard, Desmond D. Call, Richard A. Wonacott

    Predator losses of endangered species in reintroduction programs are unacceptable because of the scarcity of the species and the major commitment of staff time and funds. When the whooping crane (Grus americana) cross-fostering experiment (experiment) at Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge (Grays...

  5. Animal damage control - now and in the future

    | Contributor(s):: James F. Gillett

    I am pleased to have the opportunity to speak to you today on behalf of the Department of the Interior's Fish and Wildlife Service. I believe animal damage control is an element of a comprehensive wild life management program. It deals with population dynamics, mortality factors, and other...

  6. UC Davis Veterinary Medicine

    The School of Veterinary Medicine serves the people of California by providing educational, research, clinical service, and public service programs of the highest quality to advance the health and care of animals, the health of the environment, and public health, and to contribute to the...

  7. Humane Society of the United States

    The Humane Society of the United States is the nation's largest and most effective animal protection organization. We help animals by advocating for better laws to protect animals; conducting campaigns to reform industries; providing animal rescue and emergency response; investigating cases of...

  8. Pesticide use and toxicology in relation, to wildlife: Organophosphorus and carbamate compounds

    | Contributor(s):: Gregory J. Smith

    The use of organophosphorus and carbamate pesticides has increased markedly during the past two decades. Currently, more than 100 different organophosphorus and carbamate chemicals are registered as the active ingredients in thousands of different pesticide products in the United States. More...

  9. Behavioural testing of dogs in animal shelters to predict problem behaviour

    | Contributor(s):: Borg, J. A. M. van der, Netto, W. J., Planta, D. J. U.

    Although new homes can be found for dogs in animal shelters, many returned. This is due partly to a poor 'match' between dog and new owner. A better prediction of problem behaviour could improve the matching procedure. A set of tests was developed to test four problem-related behavioural...

  10. Reversing Extinction: Restoration and Resurrection in the Pleistocene Rewilding Projects

    | Contributor(s):: Chrulew, Matthew