Conservation Evidence strives to be as useful to conservationists as possible. Please take our survey to help the team improve our resource.

Providing evidence to improve practice

Individual Studies

Can't find what you're looking for? You can also search Actions.

Not sure what Individual Studies are? Read a brief description.

5516 studies found

Artificial Incubation of Sparrow Hawk Eggs

The Journal of Wildlife Management

Based on: Snelling J.C. (1972)

Artificial incubation of yellow-headed sideneck turtle Podocnemis unifilis eggs to reduce losses to flooding and predation, Cojedes and Manapire Rivers, southern Venezuela

Conservation Evidence

Based on: Herández O., Espinosa-Blanco A.S., May Lugo C., Jimenez-Oraa M. & Seijas A.E. (2010)

Artificial islands as nest sites for common loons

The Journal of Wildlife Management

Based on: McIntyre J.W. & Mathisen J.E. (1977)

Artificial nest site preferences of black-capped chickadees

Journal of Field Ornithology

Based on: Cooper C. & Bonter D. (2008)

Artificial nest structure use and reproductive success of barn owls in northeastern Arkansas

Journal of Raptor Research

Based on: Radley P.M. & Bednarz J.C. (2005)

Artificial nest structures and grassland raptors

Raptor Research

Based on: Howard R.P. & Hilliard M. (1980)

Artificial nests for ferruginous and Swainson's hawks

The Journal of Wildlife Management

Based on: Schmutz J.K., Fyfe R.W., Moore D.A. & Smith A.R. (1984)

Artificial rearing of bumble bees Bombus terrestris selects against heavy queens

Journal of Apicultural Research

Based on: Beekman M., Van Stratum P. & Lingeman R. (2000)

Artificial rhinoceros auklet burrows: a useful tool for management and research

Journal of Field Ornithology

Based on: Wilson U.W. (1986)

Artificial roosts for bats: education and research. The "Be a Bat's Friend" project of the Natural History Museum of the University of Florence

Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy

Based on: Agnelli P., Maltagliati G., Ducci L. & Cannicci S> (2011)

Artificial roosts for tree-roosting bats in northern Arizona

Wildlife Society Bulletin

Based on: Mering E.D. & Chambers C.L. (2012)

Artificial snags as nesting sites for chickadees

The Condor

Based on: Grubb T. & Bronson C. (1995)

Artificial snags as nesting sites for chickadees

The Condor

Based on: Grubb T. & Bronson C. (1995)

Artificial trees as a cavity substrate for woodpeckers

The Journal of Wildlife Management

Based on: Peterson A.W. & Grubb T.C. (1983)

Artificially induced group display and nesting behaviour in a reintroduced population of Caribbean flamingo Phoenicopterus ruber ruber

Bird Conservation International

Based on: O'Connell-Rodwell C.E., Rojek N., Rodwell T.C. & Shannon P.W. (2004)

Aspects of hedge management and their effects on hedgerow fauna

Zeitschrift Angewandte Entomologie

Based on: Sotherton N.W. (1981)

Aspen canopy removal and root trenching effects on understory vegetation

Forest Ecology and Management

Based on: Powell G.W. & Bork E.W. (2006)

Assessing effectiveness of reintroduction of the flightless Aldabra rail on Picard Island, Aldabra Atoll, Seychelles

Conservation Evidence

Based on: Šúr M., van de Crommenacker J. & Bunbury N. (2013)

Assessing grassland restoration success: relative roles of seed additions and native ungulate activities

Journal of Applied Ecology

Based on: Martin L.M. & Wilsey B.J. (2006)

Download these search results:

1. From:
2. Format: