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Effects of winter recreation on northern ungulates with focus on moose (Alces alces) and snowmobiles
Winter recreation can displace ungulates to poor habitats, which may raise their energy expenditure and lower individual survivorship, causing population declines. Winter recreation could be benign,Expand
An assessment of non‐breeding waterfowl surveys on National Wildlife Refuges in the Central Flyway
Many units of the National Wildlife Refuge System (NWRS) in the Central Flyway of the United States were established to conserve and enhance waterfowl populations. Consistent and continuousExpand
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 forExpand
Victoria's giant trees: A contemporary survey
Victoria's largest trees occur in the high rainfall, wet sclerophyll forests of Southern Victoria. Reaching heights of over 90 m and girths of 20 m they are of cultural, historical and scientificExpand
Observations of Spencer's 'Skink Pseudemoia spenceri' from within the high canopy of an overmature Mountain Ash 'Eucalyptus regnans'
During March 2012, whilst undertaking an aerial survey of an overmature Mountain Ash Eucalyptus regnans in Toolangi State Forest, a Spencer's Skink Pseudemoia spenceri was observed in the canopy at aExpand
Nonbreeding Duck Use at Central Flyway National Wildlife Refuges
Abstract Within the U.S. portion of the Central Flyway, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service manages waterfowl on numerous individual units (i.e., Refuges) within the National Wildlife Refuge System.Expand