The anatomy of a failed reintroduction: a case study with the Brown Treecreeper
Reintroductions are often used to re-establish a self-sustaining population of a species as a conservation method. Despite their prevalence, few reintroductions have followed recent international recommendations to publish details such as appropriate site
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