Data from: When to stay and when to leave? Proximate causes of dispersal in an endangered social carnivore

Dominik Behr, John McNutt, Arpat Ozgul & Gabriele Cozzi
1. Reliable estimates of birth, death, emigration, and immigration rates are fundamental to understanding and predicting the dynamics of wild populations and, consequently, inform appropriate management actions. However, when individuals disappear from a focal population, inference on their fate is often challenging. 2. Here we used 30 years of individual-based mark-recapture data from a population of free-ranging African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) in Botswana and a suite of individual, social, and environmental predictors to investigate...
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