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Monitoring bait removal in vertebrate pest control: a comparison using track identification and remote photography

Alistair S. Glen and Chris R. Dickman

Wildlife Research 30(1) 29 - 33
Published: 17 April 2003

Abstract

The removal of non-toxic fox baits was monitored simultaneously using identification of tracks in sand plots and an inexpensive method of remote photography. During 1126 bait-nights carried out using both methods at sites in the central and northern tablelands of New South Wales, 106 baits were removed by a variety of target and non-target animals. Whereas the results of sand plots may be inaccurate or unreliable, particularly during poor weather conditions, remote photography provides results that are less open to misinterpretation.



Full text doi:10.1071/WR01059

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