Conflicting and complementary ethics of animal welfare considerations in reintroductions.

  title={Conflicting and complementary ethics of animal welfare considerations in reintroductions.},
  author={Lauren A. Harrington and Axel Moehrenschlager and Merryl Gelling and Rob Atkinson and Joelene Hughes and David W Macdonald},
  journal={Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology},
  volume={27 3},
Despite differences in focus, goals, and strategies between conservation biology and animal welfare, both are inextricably linked in many ways, and greater consideration of animal welfare, although important in its own right, also has considerable potential to contribute to conservation success. Nevertheless, animal welfare and animal ethics are not always considered explicitly within conservation practice. We systematically reviewed the recent scientific peer-reviewed and online gray… CONTINUE READING
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