Risk induced by a native top predator reduces alien mink movements.

@article{Salo2008RiskIB,
  title={Risk induced by a native top predator reduces alien mink movements.},
  author={P{\"a}lvi Salo and Mikael Nordstr{\"o}m and Robert L. Thomson and Erkki Korpim{\"a}ki},
  journal={The Journal of animal ecology},
  year={2008},
  volume={77 6},
  pages={
          1092-8
        }
}
1. Nonlethal predation effects may have stronger impacts on prey populations than direct predation impacts, and this should also apply to intraguild predation. The consequences of such interactions become especially important if invasive, and potentially destructive alien predators act as intraguild prey. 2. We studied the predation-risk impacts of a re-colonizing native top predator, Haliaeetus albicilla (white-tailed sea eagle), on the movements of Mustela vison (American mink), an alien… CONTINUE READING
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