Experimental landscape reduction of wild rodents increases movements in the invasive brown treesnake ( Boiga irregularis )

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Experimental studies evaluating the effects of food availability on the movement of free-ranging animals generally involve food supplementation rather than suppression. Both approaches can yield similar insights, but we were interested in the potential for using food suppression for the management and control of invasive predators, in particular, the brown… (More)

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