Does artificial feeding impact neonate growth rates in a large free-ranging mammal?

Laura Griffin, Amy Haigh, Bawan Amin, Jane Faull, Fiachra Corcoran, Connie Baker-Horne & Simone Ciuti
Variation and disparity in resource access between individuals in an animal population require attention within human-dominated landscapes where artificial selection processes may be at work. Independent, recreational human-wildlife feeding interactions constitute an increasingly prevalent yet understudied food resource for birds and mammals living in our cities, but only a limited number of risk-taking individuals may access it. Using urban fallow deer as our model species, we hypothesised that if these interactions result in positive effects...
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