6616 Studies found

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An individual study is a summary of a specific scientific study, providing background context, the conservation action(s) taken and their consequences.

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Winter bird use of seed-rich habitats in agri-environment schemes

Based on: Perkins A.J., Maggs H.E. & Wilson J.D. (2008)

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Willow planting success as influenced by site factors and cattle grazing in northeastern California

Based on: Conroy S.D. & Svejcar T.J. (1991)

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1991 2

Will Environmental Stewardship enhance small mammal abundance on intensively managed farmland?

Based on: Shore R.F., Meek W.R., Sparks T.H., Pywell R.F. & Nowakowski M. (2005)

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2005 2

Will arboreal mammals use rope-bridges across a highway in eastern Australia?

Based on: Goldingay R.L., Rohweder D. & Taylor B.D. (2013)

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2013 1

Will an artificial scent boundary prevent coyote intrusion?

Based on: Shivik J.A., Wilson R.R. & Gilbert‐Norton L. (2011)

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2011 1

Wildlife water utilization and importance of artificial waterholes during dry season at Ruaha National Park, Tanzania

Based on: Epaphras A.M., Gereta E., Lejora I.A., Ole M.G.E., Ng’umbi G., Kiwango Y., Mwangomo E., Semanini F., Vitalis L., Balozi J. & Mtahiko M.G.G. (2008)

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2008 1

Wildlife warning reflectors do not mitigate wildlife–vehicle collisions on roads

Based on: Benten A., Hothorn T., Vor T. & Ammer C. (2018)

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2018 1

Wildlife use of nest boxes in eastern Tennessee

Based on: Fowler L.J. & Dimmick R.W. (1983)

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1983 1

Wildlife use of mitigation and reference wetlands in West Virginia

Based on: Balcombe C.K., Anderson J.T., Fortney R.H. & Kordek W.S. (2005)

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2005 1

Wildlife use of existing culverts and bridges in north central Pennsylvania

Based on: Brudin C.O. (2003)

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2003 1

Wildlife use of different-sized logging gaps in a tropical dry forest

Based on: Fredericksen N.J., Frederocksen T.S., Flores B. & Rumiz D. (1999)

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1999 1

Wildlife use of a created wetland in central Florida

Based on: Kent D.M. & Langston M.A. (2000)

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2000 1

Wildlife responses to thinning and burning treatments in southwestern conifer forests: A meta-analysis

Based on: Kalies E.L., Chambers C.L. & Covington W.W. (2010)

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Wildlife gain from agri-environment schemes: recommendations from English Nature's habitat and species specialists

Based on: Reid C. & Grice P. (2000)

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2000 1

Wildlife crossing designs and use by Florida panthers and other wildlife in southwest Florida

Based on: Land D. & Lotz M. (1996)

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1996 1

Wildflower areas within revitalized agricultural matrices boost small mammal populations but not breeding Barn Owls

Based on: Arlettaz R.L., Krähenbühl M., Almasi B., Roulin A. & Schaub M. (2010)

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Wild-reared aplomado falcons survive and recruit at higher rates than hacked falcons in a common environment

Based on: Brown J.L., Collopy M.W., Gott E.J., Juergens P.W., Montoya A.B. & Grainger Hunt W. (2006)

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Wild bee pollinators provide majority of crop visitation across land-use gradients in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, USA

Based on: Winfree R., Williams N., Gaines H., Ascher J.S. & Kremen C. (2008)

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2008 1

Wild bee abundance and seed production in conventional, organic, and genetically modified canola

Based on: Morandin L.A. & Winston M.L. (2005)

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2005 1

Wild bee abundance and pollination service in cultivated pumpkins: farm management, nesting behaviour and landscape effects

Based on: Julier H.E. & Roulston T. H. (2009)

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Wiedereinbürgerungsversuch mit Auerwild (Tetrao urogallus L.) im Hochsauerland. (Reintroduction trials of capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus L.) in Hochsauerland)

Based on: Spittler H. (1994)

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Wiedereinbürgerung baumbrütender wanderfalken (Falco peregrinus) in Mitteleuropa. (English title: Reintroduction of tree-nesting peregrines (Falco peregrinus) in central Europe)

Based on: Kirmse W. (2001)

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Widespread local house-sparrow extinctions - agricultural intensification is blamed for the plummeting populations of these birds

Based on: Hole D.G., Whittingham M.J., Bradbury R.B., Anderson G.Q.A., Lee P.L.M., Wilson J.D. & Krebs J.R. (2002)

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Why is reintroduction of northern bald ibis Geronticus eremita so complicated? An overview of recent progress and potential

Based on: Bowden C.G.R., Boehm C., Jordan M.J.R. & Smith K.W. (2007)

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Whooping crane recruitment enhanced by egg removal

Based on: Boyce M.S., Lele S.R. & Johns B.W. (2005)

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