A Systematic Review of Ground-Based Shooting to Control Overabundant Mammal Populations

Ground-based shooting is widely used in management programs aiming to alleviate the impacts of invasive or overabundant wildlife populations. However, evaluations of individual shooting operations have shown variable results, and the effectiveness of ground-shooting as a population-management intervention has not been systematically examined.


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Wildlife Research 47(3) 197-207


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Abstract included in PLA’s Research Connections article in Parks and Leisure Australia Vol 23.2 Winter 2020


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Bengsen, Andrew J. (Author); Pople, Anthony (Author); Forsyth, David M. (Author); Latham, David M. (Author); Harris, Stephen (Author); McLeod , Steven R (Author)


CSIRO Publishing: 2020