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Selection of den, rendezvous, and resting sites by wolves in the Bialowieza Forest, Poland
We studied wolf (Canis lupus) selection of 19 den, 10 rendezvous, and 31 resting sites found between 1986 and 2000 in the Bialowieza Forest (Poland). Our objective was to determine whether wolvesExpand
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Habitat selection by ungulates in relation to predation risk by wolves and humans in the Białowieża Forest, Poland
Abstract Predation risk is an important factor influencing the distribution of ungulates and their impact on forest structure. However, simultaneous predation risk by wolves and humans is rarelyExpand
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Human impact on wolf activity in the Bieszczady Mountains, SE Poland
Human activity is sometimes seen as the reason for nocturnal activity of wolves (Canis lupus). We tested this assumption in the Bieszczady Mountains (southeastern Poland), a region with a humanExpand
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Factors determining the distribution of introduced mammals in nature reserves of the southern province, New Caledonia
We studied the distribution of introduced mammals in six nature reserves of New Caledonia's southern province. Polynesian rats (Rattus exulans) were common in both rainforest and shrubland but theirExpand
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New records of Orthoptera in the Bieszczady Mountains (Southeast Poland) with special regard to the genus Isophya
Human use of slope and subalpine meadows in the Bieszczady Mountains (Southeast Poland) has greatly decreased in the last 60 years. We investigated whether the change in land use has affected theExpand
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Impact of protection on nest take and nesting success of parrots in Africa, Asia and Australasia
Wild parrots represent one of the greatest commercial interests in the legal trade in wild birds. Although it is difficult to quantify, there is a considerable illegal trade in wild parrots.Expand
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Daily and seasonal variation in wolf activity in the Bieszczady Mountains, SE Poland
Wolf activity varies considerably among differentstudies that explained activity patterns by factors suchas human activity, breeding status or prey availability(Fancy and Ballard 1995; Vila` et al.Expand
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Do Orthoptera Need Human Land use in Central Europe? The Role of Habitat Patch Size and Linear Corridors in the Białowieża Forest, Poland
We studied Orthoptera, Dermaptera, and Blattodea of the Bial.owieza Forest (Poland) in order to assess (1) the minimum patch size of open habitat necessary for each species, (2) the role of linearExpand
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Using ecological niche models to infer the distribution and population size of parakeets in New Caledonia
Knowing the distribution and abundance of species is critical for conservation, yet field surveys are often limited in their spatial extent. In this study, we use ecological niche models to infer theExpand
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Mortality of radio‐tracked wild rats in relation to transmitter weight and resilience of transmitters in relation to their design
Abstract We assessed mortality of rats in relation to transmitter weight and tested several types of rat transmitters in order to provide recommendations for their design. We used 21 collars withExpand
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