Leadership and management influences the outcome of wildlife reintroduction programs: findings from the Sea Eagle Recovery Project


Wildlife reintroductions and translocations are statistically unlikely to succeed. Nevertheless, they remain a critical part of conservation because they are the only way to actively restore a species into a habitat from which it has been extirpated. Past efforts to improve these practices have attributed the low success rate to failures in the biological… (More)
DOI: 10.7717/peerj.1012


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