• Rates and causes of mortality in Endangered African wild dogs Lycaon 

      Woodroffe, R; Davies-Mostert, H; Ginsberg, J; Graf, J; Leigh, K; McCreery, K; Mills, G; Pole, A; Rasmussen, G; Robbins, R; Somers, M; Szykman, M (Fauna & Flora International, UK, 2007-05)
      Effective species conservation depends upon correctly identifying the threats that cause decline or hinder recovery. Because estimates of the relative viability of different populations of Endangered African wild dogs ...
    • Translocating lions into an inbred lion population in the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, South Africa 

      Trinkel, M; Fergyson, N; Reid, A; Reid, C; Somers, MJ; Turelli, L; Graf, J; Syykman, M; Cooper, D; Haverman, P; Kastberger, G; Packer, C; Slotow, R (Blackwell, 2008)
      A fundamental problem in conservation biology is the risk of inbreeding in fragmented and declining populations. In the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park (HiP), a small, enclosed reserve in South Africa, a large lion Panthera leo ...