Aspects of the ecology of the cat, fox and dog in the south-east forests of NSW : their potential impact on native species in forests managed for the production of timber
The principle objective of this study was to examine the potential impact of the Cat, Fox and dog on native species, in particular those that are prey of these predators, in native forests that are principally managed for the production of timber in south-east NSW. This was examined initially by investigating the relative effectiveness of four techniques for surveying the Cat, Fox and dog, viz:- (i) spotlighting, (ii) scat surveys, (iii) scent-station surveys; and (iv) hair-tube surveys....[Show more]
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