Browsing Research Articles (Centre for Wildlife Management) by Subject "African wild dog (Lycaon pictus)"

Browsing Research Articles (Centre for Wildlife Management) by Subject "African wild dog (Lycaon pictus)"

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  • Davies-Mostert, Harriet T.; Mills, Michael G.L. (Gus); Macdonald, David W. (Southern African Wildlife Management Association, 2015-09)
    Long-term demographic data are central for the evaluation of endangered species recovery plans. We present the demography and dynamics of a managed African wild dog (Lycaon pictus) metapopulation in South Africa, based ...
  • Ramnanan, Rivonia; Swanepoel, Lourens Hendrik; Somers, Michael J. (Southern African Wildlife Management Association, 2013-04)
    African wild dog (Lycaon pictus) populations and their geographic distributions have been greatly reduced due to direct human persecution and habitat reduction; however, remnant groups still manage to persist on private ...
  • Gusset, Markus; Ryan, Sadie J.; Hofmeyr, Markus; Van Dyk, Gus; Davies-Mostert, Harriet T.; Graf, Jan A.; Owen, Cailey; Szykman, Micaela; Macdonald, David W.; Monfort, Steven L.; Wildt, David E.; Maddock, Anthony H.; Mills, Michael G.L. (Gus); Slotow, Robert; Somers, Michael J. (Blackwell, 2008)
    We evaluated one of the most extensive efforts to date to re-introduce an endangered species: attempts to establish an actively managed meta-population of African wild dogs Lycaon pictus in South Africa. Using an ...
  • Marneweck, Courtney; Becker, P.A.; Beverley, G.; Davies-Mostert, Harriet T.; Du Plessis, C.; Forssman, K.R. (Katherine); Graf, J.; Gusset, M.; Hofmeyr, M.; Kelly, C.; Kilian, P.J.; Marchal, A.F.J.; Marneweck, David G.; Marnewick, K.; Owen, C.; Postiglione, G.; Slotow, R.; Somers, Michael J.; Szykman, G.M.; Van Dyk, G.; Whittington-Jones, B.; Parker, D.M. (Wiley, 2019-10)
    Social integration is an important factor when reintroducing group‐living species, but examples of the formation of social groups before reintroduction are largely lacking. African wild dogs Lycaon pictus are endangered, ...
  • Winterbach, Hanlie Evelyn Kathleen; Winterbach, Christiaan W.; Somers, Michael J.; Hayward, Matt W. (Wiley, 2013)
    1. Large carnivores are a critical component of Africa’s biodiversity, and their conservation requires a clear understanding of interactions between large carnivores and people. 2. By reviewing existing literature, we ...