Translocation to a fragmented landscape: survival, movement, and site fidelity of Northern Bobwhites

Theron M. Terhune, D. Clay Sisson, William E. Palmer, , H. Lee Stribling & John P. Carroll
Habitat fragmentation, degradation, and loss have taxed early-successional species including the Northern Bobwhite (Colinus virginianus) and numerous grassland obligate birds. Translocation is often applied to counteract the consequences of habitat fragmentation through the creation, reestablishment, or augmentation of wild populations for the purposes of conservation, biodiversity maintenance. However, the implementation of these techniques is often conducted without valid experimental designs and therefore lacks robust, empirical data needed to evaluate and advance the knowledge and application...
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