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Efforts going to the dogs? Evaluating attempts to re-introduce endangered wild dogs in South Africa
(British Ecological Society, 2008-01)
1. We evaluated one of the most extensive efforts to date to re-introduce an endangered species: attempts to establish an actively managed meta-population of African wild dogs Lycaon pictus in South Africa. 2. Using an ...
Conflicting human interests over the re-introduction of endangered wild dogs in South Africa.
In South Africa, a plan was launched to manage separate sub-populations of endangered African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) in several small, geographically isolated, conservation areas as a single meta-population. This intensive ...
Factors affecting the success of artificial pack formation in an endangered, social carnivore: the African wild dog
Social integration is an important factor when reintroducing group-living species, but examples of the formation of social groups before reintroduction are largely lacking. African wild dogs Lycaon pictus are endangered, ...
Niche overlap and dietary resource partitioning in an African large carnivore guild
Understanding and quantifying a large carnivores' feeding behaviour is a key component in determining its functional significance in an ecosystem, both in terms of its top-down influence on prey species, but also its ...