Effective detection methods for medium-sized ground-dwelling mammals: A comparison between infrared digital cameras and hair tunnels
Context Conservation planning for threatened species depends on improved knowledge of the whereabouts of critical populations and thus the development of optimal detection methods. Aims To compare the effectiveness of infrared cameras and hair tunnels for detecting small to medium-sized ground-dwelling mammals in south-eastern Australian forests. Methods Reconyx PC90 cameras were paired with Handiglaze hair tunnels at 110 stations in south-eastern New South Wales. All devices were baited using...[Show more]
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