Ecological impact of inside/outside house cats around a suburban nature preserve

@inproceedings{Kays2004EcologicalIO,
  title={Ecological impact of inside/outside house cats around a suburban nature preserve},
  author={Roland Kays and Amielle A DeWan},
  year={2004}
}
While subsidised populations of feral cats are known to impact their prey populations, little is known about the ecological impact of inside/outside hunting cats (IOHC). We studied IOHC around a suburban nature preserve. Mail surveys indicated an average of 0.275 IOHC/house, leading to a regional density estimate of 0.32 IOHC/ha. A geographical model of cat density was created based on local house density and distance from forest/neighbourhood edge. IOHC hunted mostly small mammals, averaging 1… CONTINUE READING

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