Quantifying free-roaming domestic cat predation using animal-borne video cameras

@inproceedings{Loyd2013QuantifyingFD,
  title={Quantifying free-roaming domestic cat predation using animal-borne video cameras},
  author={Kerrie Anne Therese Loyd and Sonia Melle Hern{\'a}ndez and John P. Carroll and Kyler J. Abernathy and Guillermo Marshall},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Domestic cats ( Felis catus ) are efficient and abundant non-native predators. Predation by domestic cats remains a topic of considerable social and scientific debate and warrants attention using improved methods. Predation is likely a function of cat behavior, opportunity to hunt, and local habitat. Previous predation studies relied on homeowner reports of wildlife captures from prey returns to the household and other indirect means. We investigated hunting of wildlife by owned, free… CONTINUE READING

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