Pre-emptive action as a measure for conserving nomadic species
Nomadic species are globally threatened by anthropogenic habitat change, but management options to address their decline are limited. Their unpredictable settlement patterns pose major challenges for conservation because identifying where to implement action is difficult. We address this challenge by pre‐empting settlement patterns in a nomadic species using data from a long‐term study of the critically endangered, cavity‐nesting swift parrot (Lathamus discolor) and by taking action at the...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of Wildlife Management|
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