Sensory‐based conservation of seabirds: a review of management strategies and animal behaviours that facilitate success

@article{Friesen2017SensorybasedCO,
  title={Sensory‐based conservation of seabirds: a review of management strategies and animal behaviours that facilitate success},
  author={Megan R. Friesen and J. Beggs and A. Gaskett},
  journal={Biological Reviews},
  year={2017},
  volume={92}
}
  • Megan R. Friesen, J. Beggs, A. Gaskett
  • Published 2017
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Biological Reviews
  • Sensory‐based conservation harnesses species' natural communication and signalling behaviours to mitigate threats to wild populations. To evaluate this emerging field, we assess how sensory‐based manipulations, sensory mode, and target taxa affect success. To facilitate broader, cross‐species application of successful techniques, we test which behavioural and life‐history traits correlate with positive conservation outcomes. We focus on seabirds, one of the world's most rapidly declining groups… CONTINUE READING
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