Reintroduction methods and a review of mortality in the brush-tailed rock-wallaby, Grampians National Park, Australia

@article{Taggart2016ReintroductionMA,
  title={Reintroduction methods and a review of mortality in the brush-tailed rock-wallaby, Grampians National Park, Australia},
  author={D. Taggart and D. Schultz and Tony Corrigan and Tim Schultz and M. Stevens and D. Panther and C. R. White},
  journal={Australian Journal of Zoology},
  year={2016},
  volume={63},
  pages={383 - 397}
}
Abstract. Captive-bred brush-tailed rock-wallabies (BTRW) were reintroduced into the Grampians National Park, Australia, during 2008–12. Two release strategies (methods) were examined: ‘Small release with supplementation’ (Strategy 1) and ‘Larger release, no supplementation’ (Strategy 2). Of the 39 animals released, 18% survived. Thirty-six percent of all mortality occurred within the first 100 days. Under Strategy 1, 22 animals were released in five groups. Twenty deaths occurred across 48… Expand

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