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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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Effects of nest boxes on the most important population of red-footed falcon Falco vespertinus in Italy

Based on: Calabrese L., Mucciolo A., Zanichelli A. & Gustin M. (2020)

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Home-made fish traps reduce the capture of small shannies (Lipophrys pholis) compared to using hand-nets in the UK

Based on: Barrett C. J., Johnson M. L. & Hull S. L. (2020)

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Reestablishment of a rodent community in restored desert scrub

Based on: Patten M.A. (1997)

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1997 1

The response of bumblebee forage plants to 'cut and rut' restoration management of sea wall grassland on the Dengie Peninsula, Essex, England

Based on: Gardiner T. & Fargeaud K. (2020)

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Supplementary ungulate feeding affects movement behaviour of brown bears

Based on: Selva N., Teitelbaum C.S., Sergiel A., Zwijacz-Kozica T., Zieba F., Bojarska K. & Mueller T. (2017)

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2017 1

The efficacy of collar-mounted devices in reducing the rate of predation of wildlife by domestic cats

Based on: Nelson S.H., Evans A.D. & Bradbury R.B. (2005)

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2005 1

Distance-dependent effectiveness of diversionary bear bait sites

Based on: Stringham S.F. & Bryant A. (2015)

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2015 1

Pine marten translocations: the road to recovery and beyond. In Practice issue 95: Rewilding and species reintroductions

Based on: MacPherson J.L. (2017)

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2017 3

Experiences with aversive conditioning of habituated brown bears in Austria and other European countries

Based on: Rauer G., Kaczensky P. & Knauer F. (2003)

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2003 1

Cutting trees in a secondary forest to increase gaur Bos gaurus numbers in Khao Phaeng Ma Reforestation area, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Thailand

Based on: Prayong N. & Srikosamatara S. (2017)

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Evidence for male-biased dispersal in a reintroduced population of burrowing bettongs Bettongia lesueur at Heirisson Prong, Western Australia

Based on: Parsons B.C., Short J.C. & Calver M.C. (2002)

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Use of badger tunnels on Highway Agency schemes in England

Based on: Eldridge B. & Wynn J. (2011)

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Introduction of the sugar glider, Petaurus breviceps, into re-established forest of the Tower Hill State Game Reserve, Vic.

Based on: Suckling G.C. & Macfarlane M.A. (1983)

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1983 2

Are the same bears repeatedly translocated from corn crops in Wisconsin?

Based on: Shivik J.A., Ruid D., Willging R.C. & Mock K.E. (2011)

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2011 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

Successful reintroduction of the brushtail possum to Wadderin Sanctuary in the eastern wheatbelt of Western Australia

Based on: Short J. & Hide A. (2014)

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2014 1

Successful reintroduction of red-tailed phascogale to Wadderin Sanctuary in the eastern wheatbelt of Western Australia

Based on: Short J. & Hide A. (2015)

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Reintroduction of the burrowing bettong Bettongia lesueur (Marsupialia: Potoroidae) to mainland Australia

Based on: Short J. & Turner B. (2000)

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2000 3

Survivorship of captive-bred and wild-caught reintroduced European otters Lutra lutra in Sweden

Based on: Sjöåsen T. (1996)

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1996 2

Movements and establishment of reintroduced European otters Lutra lutra,/i>

Based on: Sjöåsen T. (1997)

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1997 2

First swift fox, Vulpes velox, reintroduction in the USA: results of the first two years

Based on: Smeeton C. & Weagle K. (2001)

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Quantifying predation attempts on arboreal marsupials using wildlife crossing structures above a major road

Based on: Soanes K., Mitchell B. & van der Ree R. (2017)

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Seasonal and regional animal use of drainage structures to cross under roadways

Based on: Sparks J.L. & Gates J.E. (2017)

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Influence of grazing management on resource selection by a small mammal in a temperate desert of South America

Based on: Spirito F., Rowland M., Nielson R., Wisdom M. & Tabeni S. (2017)

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Use of pen-reared black bears for augmentation or reintroductions

Based on: Stiver W.H., Pelton M.R. & Scott C.D. (1997)

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