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WLB-00077 2014

Zielinski, W. J., Moriarty, K. M., Baldwin, J., Kirk, T. A., Slauson, K. M., Rustigian-Romsos, H. L. and Spencer, W. D. 2015. Effects of season on occupancy and implications for habitat modeling: the Pacific marten Martes caurina. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00077

WLB-00015 2014

Young, K. D., Funston, P. J. and Ferreira, S. M. 2014. Rainfall driven changes in behavioural responses confound measuring trends in lion population size. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00015

WLB-00429 2018

Xingan and Wang, G. 2018. Spatiotemporal dynamics of mesocarnivore populations. – Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00429

WLB-00209 2016

Woodruff, S. P., Johnson, T. R. and Waits, L. P. 2016. Examining the use of fecal pellet morphometry to differentiate age classes in Sonoran pronghorn. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00209
WLB-00031 2014

Wolff, P. J., Taylor, C. A., Heske, E. J. and Schooley, R. L. 2014. Habitat selection by American mink during summer is related to hotspots of crayfish prey. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00031

WLB-00664 2020

Wold, K., Wirsing, A. J. and Quinn, T. P. 2020. Do brown bears Ursus arctos avoid barbed wires deployed to obtain hair samples? A videographic assessment. – Wildlife Biology 202: wlb.00664
WLB-00277 2016

White, K. S. and Gregovich, D. P. 2016. Mountain goat resource selection in relation to mining-related disturbance. – Wildlife Biology doi:10.2981/wlb.00277

WLB-00403 2018

Westekemper, K., Reincke, H., Signer, J., Meißner, M., Herzog, S. and Balkenhol, N. 2018. Stay on trails – effects of human recreation on the spatiotemporal behavior of red deer Cervus elaphus in a German national park. – Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00403

WLB-00027 2014

Webster, K. N., Hill, N. J., Burnett, L. and Deane, E. M. 2014. Ectoparasite infestation patterns, haematology and serum biochemistry of urban-dwelling common brushtail possums. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00027

WLB-00627 2019

Waugh, C. A. and Timms, P. 2019. A proposed roadmap for the control of infections in wildlife using Chlamydia vaccine development in koalas Phascolarctos cinereus as a template. – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00627

WLB-00667 2020

Wann, G. T., Howell, P. E., Yeiser, J. M., Parnell, I. B. and Martin, J. A. 2020. Estimating harvest rate and the effects of hunting pressure on northern bobwhite survival. – Wildlife Biology 2020: wlb.00667 

WLB-00424 2018

Vogel, J. T., Somers, M. J. and Venter, J. A. 2018. The foraging ecology of reintroduced African wild dog in small protected areas. – Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00424

WLB-00656 2020

Tsukada, H., Abe, K., Takatsuki, S. and Minami, M. 2020. How many feces should be sampled from latrines? Spatial sampling biases affecting the dietary analysis of island raccoon dogs. – Wildlife Biology 2020: wlb.00656

WLB-00680 2020

Tarakini, T., Mabika, I., Dakwa, F., Mundy, P. and Fritz, H. 2020. Terrestrial threats dominate the waterbird landscape of fear in a savannah pan wetland system. – Wildlife Biology 2020: wlb.00680

WLB-00254 2016

Tanner, E. P., Elmore, R. D., Davis, C. A., Fuhlendorf, S. D., Dahlgren, D. K., Thacker, E. T. and Orange, J. P. 2016. Does the presence of oil and gas infrastructure potentially increase risk of harvest in northern bobwhite? – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00254

WLB-00315 2017

Tanner, E. P., Elmore, R. D., Davis, C. A. and Fuhlendorf, S. D. 2017. Wintering bird responses to the presence of artificial surface water in a semi-arid rangeland. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00315

WLB-00251 2017

Swenson, J. E., Schneider, M., Zedrosser, A., Söderberg, A., Franzén, R. and Kindberg, J. 2017. Challenges of managing a European brown bear population; lessons from Sweden, 1943–2013. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00251

WLB-00165 2016

Steyaert, S. M. J. G., Zedrosser, A., Elfström, M., Ordiz, A., Leclerc, M., Frank, S. C., Kindberg, J., Støen, O.-G., Brunberg, S. and Swenson, J. E. 2016. Ecological implications from spatial patterns in human-caused brown bear mortality. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00165

WLB-00255 2017

Stenkewitz, U., Nielsen, Ó. K., Skírnisson, K. and Stefánsson, G. 2017. Feather holes of rock ptarmigan are associated with amblyceran chewing lice. - Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00255
WLB-00438 2018

Souchay, G., Besnard, A., Perrot, C., Jakob, C and Ponce, F 2018. Anthropic and natural factors drive variation of survival in a fast galliform species in southern France. – Wildlife Biology 218: wlb.00438

WLB-00230 2016

Soofi, M., Ghoddousi, A., Hamidi, A. K., Ghasemi, B., Egli, L., Voinopol-Sassu, A.-J., Kiabi, B. H., Balkenhol, N., Khorozyan, I. and Waltert, M. 2017. Precision and reliability of indirect population assessments for the Caspian red deer Cervus elaphus maral. – Wildlife Biology doi:10.2981/wlb.00230

WLB-00489 2019

Signer, J., Filla, M., Schoneberg, S., Kneib, T., Bufka, L., Belotti, E. and Heurich, M. 2019. Rocks rock: the importance of rock formations as resting sites of the Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx- – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00489

WLB-00351 2018

Sethy, J. and Chauhan, N. P. S. 2018. Dietary preference of Malayan sun bear Helarctos malayanus in Namdapha Tiger Reserve, Arunachal Pradesh, India. - Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00351

WLB-00454 2019

Serenari, C. and Taub, M. 2019. Predicting the legitimacy of wolf recovery. – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00454

WLB-00219 2016

Schmidt, N. M., van Beest, F., Mosbacher, J. B., Stelvig, M., Hansen, L. H., Nabe-Nielsen, J. and Grøndahl, C. 2016. Ungulate movement in an extreme seasonal environment: year-round movement patterns of high-arctic muskoxen. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00219.

WLB-00176 2016

Schlinkert, H., Ludwig, M., Batáry, P., Holzschuh, A., Kovács-Hostyánszki, A., Tscharntke, T. and Fischer, C. 2016. Forest specialist and generalist small mammals in forest edges and hedges. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00176

WLB-00375 2017

Sage, R. B. and Aebischer, N. J. 2017. Does bestpractice crow Corvus corone and magpie Pica pica control on UK farmland improve nest success in hedgerow-nesting songbirds? A field experiment. – Wildlife Biology 2107: wlb.00375

WLB-00542 2019

Rutten, A., Cox, K., Scheppers, T., Vanden Broecke, B., Leirs, H. and Casaer, J. 2019. Analysing the recolonisation of a highly fragmented landscape by wild boar using a landscape genetic approach. – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00542
WLB-00634 2019

Rutten, A., Casaer, J., Strubbe, D. and Leirs, H. 2019. Agricultural and landscape factors related to increasing wild boar agricultural damage in a highly anthropogenic landscape. - Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00634

WLB-00033 2014

Rovang, S., Nielsen, S. E. and Stenhouse, G. 2014. In the Trap: detectability of fixed hair trap DNA methods in grizzly bear population monitoring. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/WLB.00033

WLB-00468 2018

Roffler, G. H. and Gregovich, D. P. 2018. Wolf space use during denning season on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. – Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00468

WLB-00114 2015

Robinson, B. G., Franke, A. and Derocher, A. E. 2015. Estimating nestling diet with cameras: quantifying uncertainty from unidentified food items. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00114
WLB-00276 2017

Robertson, G. S., Aebischer, N. J. and Baines, D. 2017. Using harvesting data to examine temporal and regional variation in red grouse abundance in the British uplands. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00276

WLB-00253 2017

Riley, M., Soutyrina, S., Miquelle, D., Hayward, G., Goodrich, J. and Buskirk, S. 2017. Comparison of methods for estimating Amur tiger abundance. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00253

WLB-00177 2015

Rice, C. G. 2015. Development of a system for remotely monitoring vaginal implant transmitters and fawn survival. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00177

WLB-00572 2019

Ricci, S., Sandfort, R., Pinior, B., Mann, E., Wetzels, S. U. and Stalder, G. 2019. Impact of supplemental winter feeding on ruminal microbiota of roe deer Capreolus capreolus. – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00572

WLB-00105 2015

Reid, R. E. B. 2015. A morphometric modeling approach to distinguishing among bobcat, coyote, and gray fox scats. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00105
WLB-00076 2015

Raybuck, A. L., Moorman, C. E., Fritts, S. R., Greenberg, C. H., DePerno, C. S., Simon, D. M. and Warburton, G. S. 2015. Do silvicultural practices to restore oaks affect salamanders in the short term? – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00076

WLB-00096 2015

Ramón-Laca, A., Soriano, L., Gleeson, D. and Godoy, J. A. 2015. A simple and effective method for obtaining mammal DNA from faeces. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00096
WLB-00416 2018

Porteus, T. A., Reynolds, J. C. and McAllister, M. K. 2018. Quantifying the rate of replacement by immigration during restricted-area control of red fox in different landscapes. – Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00416

WLB-00453 2018

Piza-Roca, C., van ’t Zelfde, M., La Haye, M. J. J., Jongejans, E. and Raes, N. 2018. European badger habitat requirements in the Netherlands – combining ecological niche models with neighborhood analysis. – Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00453
WLB-00341 2017

Peterson, M. E., Anderson Jr, C. R., Northrup, J. M. and Doherty Jr, P. F. 0000. Reproductive success of mule deer in a natural development area. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00341.

WLB-00659 2020

Perks, S. J. and Goodenough, A. E. 2020. Abiotic and spatiotemporal factors affect activity of European bat species and have implications for detectability for acoustic surveys. - Wildlife Biology 2020: wlb.00659

WLB-00069 2014

Pérez Méndez, T., Naves, J., Vázquez, J. F., Fernández-Gil, A., Seijas, J., Albornoz, J., Revilla, E. M., Delibes, M. and Domínguez, A. 2014. Estimating the population size of the endangered Cantabrian brown bear through genetic sampling. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00069

WLB-00274 2016

Pellerin, M., Bessière, A., Maillard, D., Capron, G., Gaillard, J.-M., Michallet, J. and Bonenfant, C. 2016. Saving time and money by using diurnal vehicle counts to monitor roe deer abundance. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00274

WLB-00239 2017

Pedersen, Å. Ø., Fuglei, E., Hörnell-Willebrand, M., Biuw, M. and Jepsen. J. U. 2017. Spatial distribution of Svalbard rock ptarmigan based on a predictive multiscale habitat model. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00239

WLB-00093 2015

Pavlovska, M. and Höglund, J. 2015. Ukrainian black grouse Tetrao tetrix: genetic diversity and population structure. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00093

WLB-00210 2016

O’Connell, C. and Keppel, G. 2016. Deep tree hollows: important refuges from extreme temperatures. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2891/wlb.00210

WLB-00345 2017

Orning, E. K. and Young, J. K. 2017. Coyote removal: can the short-term application of a controversial management tool improve female greater sage-grouse survival or nest success. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00345.

WLB-00587 2019

Niemuth, J. N., Harms, C. A., Macdonald, J. M. and Stoskopf, M. K. 2019. NMR-based metabolomic profile of cold stun syndrome in loggerhead Caretta caretta, green Chelonia mydas, and Kemp’s ridley Lepidochelys kempii sea turtles in North Carolina, USA. – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00587
WLB-00494 2019

Mumma, M. A., Bastille-Rousseau, G., Gullage, S. E., Soulliere, C. E., Mahoney, S. P. and Waits, L. P. 2019. Intrinsic traits of woodland caribou Rangifer tarandus caribou calves depredated by black bears Ursus americanus and coyotes Canis latrans. – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb-00494

WLB-00452 2018

Morina, D. L., Demarais, S., Chesser Jr., G. D., Lowe, J. W. and Strickland, B. K. 2018. Antler manipulation procedures for use in social and behavioral studies of deer. – Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00452

WLB-00335 2017

Morin, D. J. and Kelly, M. J. 2017. The dynamic nature of territoriality, transience and biding in an exploited coyote population. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00335

WLB-00320 2017

Montalvo, A. E., Lopez, R. P., Parker, I. D., Silvy, N. J., Cooper, S. M. and Feagin, R. A. 2017. Quantifying meso-mammal cave use in central Texas. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00320

WLB-00295 2017

Milanovich, J. R., Struecker, B. P., Warcholek, S. A. and Harden, L. A. 2017. Thermal environment and microhabitat of ornate box turtle hibernacula. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00295

WLB-00503 2018

Menke, S., Heurich, M., Henrich, M., Wilhelm, K. and Sommer, S. 2018. Impact of winter enclosures on the gut bacterial microbiota of red deer in the Bavarian Forest National Park. – Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00503
WLB-00146 2016

McHenry, E., O’Reilly, C., Sheerin, E., Kortland, K. and Lambin, X. 2016. Strong inference from transect sign surveys: combining spatial autocorrelation and misclassificationoccupancy models to quantify the detectability of a recovering carnivore. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00146 

WLB-00432 2018

Marti, I. and Ryser-Degiorgis, M.-P. 2018. Morphometric characteristics of free-ranging Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx in Switzerland and their suitability for age estimation. – Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00432

WB-13-024 2014

Lyu, N. and Sun, Y.-H. 2014. Predicting threat of climate change to the Chinese grouse on the Qinghai– Tibet plateau. – Wildl. Biol. doi: 10.2981/13-024

WLB-00529 2019

Lyons, T. P., Stodola, K. W. and Benson, T. J. 2019. Estimating the survival of unmarked young from repeated counts. – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00529

WLB-00430 2018

Ludwig, S. C., Aebischer, N. J., Bubb, D. Roos, S. and Baines, D. 2018. Survival of chicks and adults explains variation in population growth in a recovering red grouse Lagopus lagopus scotica population. – Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00430.

WLB-00257 2017

Lou, Y., Shi, M., Fang, Y., Swenson, J. E., Lyu, N. and Sun, Y. 2017. Male vigilance and presence are important for foraging by female Chinese grouse in the pre-incubation period. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00257

WLB-00623 2019

Loss, S. R., Lao, S., Anderson, A. W., Blair, R. B., Eckles, J. W. and Turner, R. J. 2020. Inclement weather and American woodcock building collisions during spring migration. – Wildlife Biology 2020: wlb.00623

WLB-00534 2019

Lonsinger, R. C., Lukacs, P. M., Gese, E. M. and Waits, L. P. 2019. Empirical comparisons of abundance estimators for two sympatric carnivores using noninvasive genetic sampling. – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00534

WLB-00523 2019

Londe, D. W., Fuhlendorf, S. D., Elmore, R. D. and Davis, C. A. 2019. Landscape heterogeneity influences the response of grassland birds to energy development. – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00523

WLB-00270 2016

Linnell, M. A., Epps, C. W., Forsman, E. D. and Zielinski, W. J. 2017. Space use, movements, and rest site use by short-tailed weasels Mustela erminea in managed forests of western Oregon. – Wildilife Biology 2017: wlb.00270

WB-13-048 2014

Le Saout, S., Chollet, S., Chamaillé-Jammes, S., Blanc, L., Padié, S., Verchere, T., Gaston, A, J., Gillingham, M. P., Gimenez, O., Parker, K. L., Picot, D., Verheyden, H. and Martin, J.-L. 2014. Understanding the paradox of deer persisting at high abundance in heavily browsed habitats. – Wildl. Biol. doi: 10.2981/13-048

WLB-00197 2016

Laursen, K., Møller, A. P. and Holm, T. E. 2016. Dynamic group size and displacement as avoidance strategies by eiders in response to hunting . – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00197

WLB-00480 2019

Kortello, A., Hausleitner, D. and Mowat, G. 2019. Mechanisms influencing the winter distribution of wolverine Gulo gulo luscus in the southern Columbia Mountains, Canada. – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00480

WLB-00094 2014

Korner-Nievergelt, F., Behr, O., Brinkmann, R., Etterson, M. A., Huso, M. M. P, Dalthorp, D., Korner-Nievergelt, P., Roth, T. and Niermann, I. 2015. Mortality estimation from carcass searches using the R-package carcass. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00094

WLB-00002 2014

Kirol, C. P., Sutphin, A. L., Bond, L., Fuller, M .R. and Maechtle, T. L. 2015. Mitigation effectiveness for improving nest survival of greater sage-grouse influenced by energy development. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00002

WLB-00002 2015

Kirol, C. P., Sutphin, A. L., Bond, L., Fuller, M .R. and Maechtle, T. L. 2015. Mitigation effectiveness for improving nest survival of greater sage-grouse influenced by energy development. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00002

WLB-00013 2014

Kavčič, I., Adamič, M., Kaczensky, P., Krofel, M., Kobal, M. and Jerina, K. 2014. Fast food bears: brown bear diet in a human-dominated landscape with intensive supplemental feeding. – Wildlife Biology 000: 000–000.

WLB-00388 2018

Karris, G., Xirouchakis, S., Maina, I., Grivas, K. and Kavadas, S. 2018. Home range and foraging habitat preference of Scopoli's shearwater Calonectris diomedea during the early chick-rearing phase in the eastern Mediterranean – Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00388

WLB-00645 2020

Karp, D. and Gehr, B. 2020. Bad hare day: very low survival rate in brown hare leverets. – Wildlife Biology 2020: wlb.00645

WLB-00464 2019

Kämmerle, J.-L. and Storch, I. 2019. Predation, predator control and grouse populations: a review. - Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00464

WLB-00106 2015

Kahlert, J., Fox, A. D., Heldbjerg, H., Asferg, T. and Sunde, P. 2015. Functional responses of human hunters to their prey – why harvest statistics may not always reflect changes in prey population abundance. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00106

WLB-00290 2017

Johnson, I., Brinkman, T., Lake, B. and Brown, C. 2017. Winter hunting behavior and habitat selection of wolves in a low-density prey system. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00290

WLB-00609 2020

Johann, F., Handschuh, M., Linderoth, P., Heurich, M., Dormann, C. F. and Arnold, J. 2020. Variability of daily space use in wild boar Sus scrofa. - Wildlife Biology 2020: wlb.00609

WLB-00192 2016

Jensen, G. H., Pellissier, L., Tombre, I. M. and Madsen, J. 2016. Landscape selection by migratory geese: implications for hunting organisation. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00192

WLB-00135 2015

Jean, P.-O., Bradley, R. L. and Tremblay, J. –P. 2015. Testing for bottom–up effects in an overbrowsed boreal landscape. – Wilflife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00135 

WLB-00579 2019

Jansen, C., Leslie, A. J., Cristescu, B., Teichman, K. J. and Martins, Q. 2019. Determining the diet of an African mesocarnivore, the caracal: scat or GPS cluster analysis? – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00579

WLB-00229 2017

Ironside, K. E., Mattson, D. J., Arundel, T. R. and Hansen, J. R. 2017. Is GPS telemetry location error screening beneficial? – Widlife Biology 2017: wlb.00229

WLB-00554 2020

Houde, N., Tremblay, J.-P., Thiffault, N. and Côté, S. D. 2020. Manipulating forage and risk avoidance to increase white-tailed deer vulnerability to hunters. – Wildlife Biology 2020: wlb.00554

WLB-00442 2018

Hillman, A. E., Lymbery, A. J., Elliot, A. D., Ash, A. L. and Thompson, R. C. A. 2018. Parasitic infections of brushtail possums (Trichosurus vulpecula) in urbanised environments and bushland in the greater Perth region, Western Australia. − Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb-00442.

WLB-00650 2020

Hesford, N., Baines, B., Smith, A. A. and Ewald, A. J. 2020. Distribution of mountain hares Lepus timidus in Scotland in 2016/2017 and changes relative to earlier surveys in 1995/2096 and 2006/2007. – Wildlife Biology 2020: wlb.00650
WLB-00275 2017

Herfindal, I., Lande, U. S., Solberg, E. J., Rolandsen, C. M., Roer, O. and Wam, H. K. 2017. Weather affects temporal niche partitioning between moose and livestock. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00275

WBL-00631 2020

Hasbrouck, T. R., Brinkman, T. J., Stout, G., Trochim, E. and Kielland, K. 2020. Quantifying effects of environmental factors on moose harvest in Interior Alaska. – Wildlife Biology 2020: wlb.00631

WLB-00419 2018

Hanley, Z. L., Cooley, H. S., Maletzke, B. T. and Wielgus, R. B. 2018. Forecasting cattle depredation risk by recolonizing gray wolves. – Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00419.

WLB-00505 2020

Gula, R., Bojarska, K., Theuerkauf, J., Król, W. and Okarma, H. 2020. Re-evaluation of the wolf population management units in central Europe. – Wildlife Biology 2020: wlb.00505

WLB-00393 2018

Glen, A. S. and Veltman, C. J. 2018. Search strategies for conservation detection dogs. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00393
WLB-00142 2016

Gervasi, V., Brøseth, H., Gimenez, O., Nilsen, E. B., Odden, J., Flagstad, Ø. and Linnell, J. D. C. 2016. Sharing data improves monitoring of trans-boundary populations: the case of wolverines in central Scandinavia. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00142

WLB-00574 2019

Garabedian, J. E., Moorman, C. E., Peterson, M. N. and Kilgo, J. C. 2019. Neighboring group density is more important than forest stand age to a threatened social woodpecker population. – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00574

WLB-00185 2016

Forsyth, D. M., Garel, M. and McLeod, S. R. 2016. Estimating age and age class of harvested hog deer from eye lens mass using frequentist and Bayesian methods. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00185

WLB-00510 2019

Forrester, T. D. and Wittmer, H. U. 2019. Predator identity and forage availability affects predation risk of juvenile blacktailed deer. – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00510

WLB-00391 2018

Fontaine, A., Reed, T. T., Rodrigue, J., and Giroux, J.-F. 2018. Hatch date influences pre-fledging survival of temperate-nesting Canada geese. - Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00391.

WLB-00427 2018

Folliot, B., Guillemain, M., Champagnon, J. and Caizergues, A. 2018. Patterns of spatial distribution and migration phenology of common pochards Aythya ferina in the Western Palearctic: a ring-recoveries analysis. – Wildlife Biology 2018: wlb.00427

WLB-00492 2019

Finne, M. H., Kristiansen, P., Rolstad, J. and Wegge, P. 2019. Diversionary feeding of red fox in spring increased productivity of forest grouse in southeast Norway. – Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00492

WLB-00594 2020

Fernández-Gil, A., Quevedo, M., Barrientos, L. M., Nuño, A., Naves, J., de Gabriel, M., Ordiz, A. and Revilla, E. 2020. Pack size in humanized landscapes: the Iberian wolf population. – Wildlife Biology 2020: wlb.00594
WLB-00237 2016

Elizondo, E. C. and Loss, S. R. 2016. Using trail cameras to estimate free-ranging domestic cat abundance in urban areas. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00237