Tidemann, Christopher R.; Nelson, John E.
This study was designed to generate information on demography and movements in large flying-foxes, information that is critical
to management planning. Between 1989 and 2002, 2,244 wild grey-headed flying-foxes, Pteropus poliocephalus, were harp-trapped,
banded and released at sites across south-eastern Australia; 918 hand-reared orphans were also banded and released at four sites.
Retraps of wild animals were few (n = 10) and are not discussed here. Recoveries (n = 86) from the public...[Show more]
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