Contributions of wild and provisioned foods to the diets of domestic cats that depredate wild animals

Martina Cecchetti, Sarah Crowley, Cecily Goodwin, Holly Cole, Jennifer McDonald, Stuart Bearhop & Robbie McDonald
Predation of wildlife by domestic cats Felis catus presents a threat to biodiversity conservation in some ecological contexts. The proportions of wild prey captured and eaten by domestic cats and thus the contributions of wild prey to cat diets are hard to quantify. This limits understanding of any impacts of cats may have on wild animal populations and confounds analyses of the effects of interventions aimed at reducing wildlife killing. We used stable isotope analyses...
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