Demographic variation, reintroduction, and persistence of an island duck ( Anas laysanensis )

@article{Reynolds2013DemographicVR,
  title={Demographic variation, reintroduction, and persistence of an island duck ( Anas laysanensis )},
  author={M. Reynolds and E. Weiser and I. Jamieson and J. Hatfield},
  journal={Journal of Wildlife Management},
  year={2013},
  volume={77},
  pages={1094-1103}
}
Population variation in life history can be important for predicting successful establishment and persistence of reintroduced populations of endangered species. The Laysan duck (Anas laysanensis) is an endangered bird native to the Hawaiian Archipelago that was extirpated from most islands after the introduction of mammalian predators. Laysan ducks were restricted to a single remote island, Laysan Island (4.1 km2), for nearly 150 years. Since the species is not known to disperse between distant… Expand
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