Tag: Conservation Science UG4
Species and demographic responses to wildlife‐friendly fencing on ungulate crossing success and behavior
Using camera trap data from three properties across the American Prairie Reserve, Montana, we investigated the effects of fencing on four ungulate species. Averaged across species and demographics, a wildlife‐friendly fencing design increased the probability that ungulates successfully crossed a fence and reduced the time taken to cross, but had limited effects on species' crossing behaviour.
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