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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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The use of mirrors to deter nest box predators. www.kemerton.org/Nest%20Box%20Trials.htm (added by: Showler D.A. 2005)

Based on: Clarke J. (2002)

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Control of introduced mammalian predators improves kaka Nestor meridionalis breeding success: reversing the decline of a threatened New Zealand parrot

Based on: Moorhouse R., Greene T., Dilks P., Powlesland R., Moran L., Taylor G., Jones A., Knegtmans J., Wills D., Pryde M., Fraser I., August A. & August C. (2003)

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An experimental study of the effects of sheep grazing on vegetation change in a species-poor grassland and the role of seedling recruitment into gaps

Based on: Bullock J.M., Hill B.C., Dale M.P. & Silvertown J. (1994)

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Intensive management of a critically endangered species: the kakapo

Based on: Elliott G.P., Merton D.V. & Jansen W.P. (2001)

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Control of a stoat (Mustela erminea) population irruption to enhance mohua (Mohoua ochrocephala) breeding success in New Zealand

Based on: O'Donnell C.F.J., Dilks P.J. & Elliott G.P. (1996)

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Urban domestic gardens (II): experimental tests of methods for increasing biodiversity

Based on: Gaston K.J., Smith R.M., Thompson K. & Warren P.H. (2005)

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Habitat management news: hedges and berries

Based on: Buisson R. (2000)

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Man-made nests a success (source: Lamergeyer, Sept 1996, 46-49) in

Based on: (1997)

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The conservation requirements of New Zealand's nationally threatened invertebrates. Dept. of Conservation, Wellington, NZ. (added by: McGuinness C.A

Based on: McGuinness C.A. (2001)

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Use by tits of nest boxes of different designs in pinewoods

Based on: Summers R.W. & Taylor W.G. (1996)

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Use by tits of nest boxes of different designs in pinewoods

Based on: Summers R.W. & Taylor W.G. (1996)

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Use by tits of nest boxes of different designs in pinewoods

Based on: Summers R.W. & Taylor W.G. (1996)

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Nest site selection, management and breeding success of crested tits Parus cristatus at Abernethy Forest, Strathspey

Based on: Denny R.E. & Summers R.W. (1996)

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Stripe-breasted tits use nest boxes

Based on: Perrins C. (1997)

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The effect of oil spraying on eggs of double-crested cormorants

Based on: Shonk K.A., Kevan S.D. & Weseloh D.V. (2004)

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A study of the long-eared owl Asio otus using wicker nesting baskets

Based on: Garner D.J. & Milne B.S. (1998)

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Creation and management of stag beetle habitats

Based on: Rose V. (2005)

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Nest site preference by greylag geese Anser anser in reedbeds of different harvest age

Based on: Kristiansen J.N. (1998)

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Autecology and conservation of Callicera spinolae the golden hoverfly (Diptera, Syrphidae) (ENRR581)

Based on: Rotheray G.E. (2004)

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The use of nest boxes by the red squirrel Sciurus vulgaris in a coniferous habitat

Based on: Shuttleworth C.M. (1999)

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InGrip-Report No.1, prepared for Turtle Foundation by InGrip-Consulting & Animal Control. Hauptstr. 1 - 82541 Ammerland, Germany (added by: Showler D. 2005)

Based on: Meier G. (2003)

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Recovery plans for Powelliphanta

Based on: Walker K. (2003)

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Raising the prospects for a forgotten fauna: a review of 10 years of conservation effort for New Zealand reptiles

Based on: Towns D., Dougherty C. & Cree A. (2001)

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Effects of a mouse, Mus musculus, eradication programme and habitat change on lizard populations of Mana Island, New Zealand, with special reference to McGregor's skink, Cyclodina macgregori

Based on: Newman D. (1994)

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Chatham Islands threatened birds: recovery and management plans

Based on: Aikman H., Davis A., Miskelly C.M., O'Connor S. & Taylor G.A. (2001)

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