Evaluating diversionary feeding as a method to resolve conservation conflicts in a recovering ecosystem

Evaluating diversionary feeding as a method to resolve conservation conflicts in a recovering ecosystem

A study testing the effectiveness of diversionary feeding of predators to reduce pressure on prey species of conservation concern in the Cairngorms. It shows that diversionary feeding can be an effective approach to reducing predation of ground-nesting birds, with important implications for conservation of capercaillie populations.

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