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Heinrich D 2016. A selection of photos.
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photos from symposium Dirk - lowres.zip 23.36 MB
Wolter K, Whittington-Jones C, West S 2007. Status of Cape Vultures (Gyps coprotheres) in the Magaliesberg, South Africa. Vulture News 57 24-31
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Status of Cape Vultures in the Magaliesberg_2007.pdf 91.72 KB
Naidoo V, Wolter K, Cuthbert R, Duncan R 2009. Veterinary diclofenac threatens Africa's endangered vulture species. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 53 205-208
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Naidoo V, Venter L, Wolter K, Taggart M, Cuthbert R 2010. The toxicokinetics of ketoprofen in Gyps coprotheres: toxicity due to zero-order metabolism. Arch Toxicol
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Naidoo V, Wolter K, Espie I, Kotze A 2011.  A Vulture rescue and rehabilitation in South Africa: an urban perspective. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 82 (1) 24-31
Naidoo V, Wolter K, Espie I, Kotze A 2012. Lead toxicity: consequences and interventions in an intensively managed (Gyps coprotheres) vulture colony. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 43 (3) 573-578
Monadjem A, Wolter K, Neser W, Kane A 2014. Effect of rehabilitation on survival rates of endangered Cape vultures. Animal Conservation 17 52-60
Wolter K, Neser W, Hirschauer MT, Camina A 2016. Cape Vulture Gyps coprotheres breeding status in southern Africa: monitoring results from 2010–2014. Ostrich DOI: 10.2989/00306525.2016.1179689
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Cape Vulture Gyps coprotheres breeding status in southern Africa.pdf 546.86 KB
Kane A, Wolter K, Neser W, Kotze A, Naidoo V, Monadjem A 2016. Home range and habitat selection of Cape Vultures Gyps coprotheres in relation to supplementary feeding. Bird Study DOI: 10.1080/00063657.2016.1214105
2015. Proceedings of the Vulture Seminar: Looking Toward the Future. Proceedings of the Vulture Seminar 2015 - "Looking Towards the Future"
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Smith K, Webster K 2015. Proceedings of the Vulture Seminar 2015 - "Looking Towards the Future". Proceedings of the Vulture Seminar 2015 - "Looking Towards the Future". October 26th to 28th, 2015
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Sherley RB, Ludynia K, Underhill LG, Jones R, Kemper J 2012. Storms and heat limit the nest success of Bank Cormorants: Implications of future climate change for a surface-nesting seabird in southern Africa. Journal of Ornithology 153 441-455
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Storms and heat limit the nest success of Bank Cormorants.pdf 705.33 KB
Weise FJ, Stratford KJ, Van Vuuren RJ 2014. Financial costs of large carnivore translocations – accounting for conservation. Plos ONE 9 (8) e105042
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Financial Costs of Large Carnivore Translocations.PDF 451.23 KB
Marker-Kraus L, Kraus D 1994. The Namibian free-ranging cheetah. Environmental Conservation 21 (4) 369-370
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The Namibian free_ranging cheetah.pdf 555.42 KB
Marker LL 1998. Status of the cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus). Proceedings of a Symposium of Cheetahs as Game Ranch Animals, 23 and 24 October 1998
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Status of the cheetah_1998.pdf 2.72 MB
Marker LL, Kraus D, Barnett D, Hurlbut S 2003. Cheetah survival on Namibian farmlands.
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Cheetah survival on Namibian farmlands.pdf 5.21 MB
Marker LL, Dickman AJ, Mills MGL, MacDonald DW 2003. Aspects of the management of cheetahs trapped on Namibian farmlands. Biological Conservation 114 (3) 401-412
Dickman AJ, MacDonald DW, Muntifering JR, Marker LL, Mills MGL 2003. Quantifying prey preferences of free-ranging Namibian cheeetahs. South African Journal of Wildlife Research 33 (1) 43-53
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Quantifying prey preferences of free-ranging Namibian cheeetahs.pdf 775.7 KB
Marker LL, Dickman AJ 2004. Human aspects of cheetah conservation: lessons learned from the Namibian farmlands. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 9 297-305
Marker LL, Dickman AJ 2005. Factors affecting leopard (Panthera pardus) spatial ecology, with particular referecne to Namibian farmlands. South African Journal of Wildlife Research 35 (2) 105-115
Lindsey PA, Alexander R, du Toit JT, Mills MGL 2005. The Cost Efficiency of Wild Dog Conservation in South Africa. Conservation Biology 19 (4) 1205-1214
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The Cost Efficiency of Wild Dog Conservation in South Africa.pdf 279.35 KB
Clements B, Loutit B, Owen-Smith G, Viljoen PJ 1984. A trust to fight for desert wildlife in Namibia. Oryx 18 (4) 215-217
Edwards S, Aschenborn O, Gange AC, Wiesel I 2016. Leopard density estimates from semi-desert commercial farmlands, southwest Namibia. African Journal of Ecology 54 (1) 103-106
Weise FJ, Lemeris JR, Munro SJ, Bowden A, Venter C, Van Vuuren M, Van Vuuren RJ 2015. Cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) running the gauntlet: an evaluation of translocations into free-range environments in Namibia. PeerJ 3 (e1346)
Schumann M, Schumann B, Dickman AJ, Watson LH, Marker LL 2006. Assessing the use of swing gates in game fences as a potential non-lethal predator exclusion technique. South African Journal of Wildlife Research 36 (2) 173-181
Guerier AS, Bishop JM, Crawford SJ, Schmidt-Küntzel A, Stratford KJ 2012. Parentage analysis in a managed free ranging population of southern white rhinoceros: genetic diversity, pedigrees and management. Conservation Genetics 13 (3) 811-822
Suhling F, Martens A, Marais E 2004. Critical species of Odonata in southwestern Africa. International Journal of Odonatology (Special Issue: IUCN Regional Reports) 7 (2) 263-277
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Critical species of Odonata in southwestern Africa.pdf 115.17 KB
2017. More crane news and views. 4-6
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More crane news and views_December 2017.pdf 765.66 KB
Erb P 1996. Rhinoceros conservation in Namibia. Namibia Environment 1 152-156
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Rhinoceros conservation in Namibia_1996.pdf 7.39 MB
Lindsey PA, Petracca LS, Funston PJ, Bauer H, Dickman A, Everatt K, Flyman M, Henschel P, Hinks AE, Kasiki S, Loveridge A, MacDonald DW, Mandisodza R, Mgoola W, Miller SM, Nazerali S, Siege L, Uiseb K, Hunter LTB 2017. The performance of African protected areas for lions and their prey. Biological Conservation (209) 137-149