Trends in the activity levels of forest-dwelling vertebrate fauna against a background of intensive baiting of foxes
The relative activity of ground-dwelling vertebrates was monitored using tracks in sand plots for 10 consecutive years across three nearby study areas in south-eastern mainland Australia. Two areas were subject to intensive 1080 poison baiting for foxes,
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