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Tag Archives: reintroduction

ECOS 43 (3.3.2)- Retrofitting carnivores into British culture: Lessons from Africa and Asia

Arguments for reintroducing wild carnivores into the British Isles are often deployed on ecological or [...]

When the Kite Builds…

When the Kite Builds…: WHY and HOW we restored Red Kites across Britain Mike Pienkowski [...]

ECOS 37 (2) Reintroductions and releases on the Isle of Man – lessons from recent retreats. Nick Pinder

Abstract: Recent proposals for the release of white-tailed sea eagles and red squirrels on the [...]

ECOS 32 (1) Spring 2011. Big Birds in the UK: the reintroduction of iconic species. Peter Taylor

Abstract: There has been over three decades of success with reintroduction of large birds, some [...]

ECOS 33 (1) Spring 2012. Letting the cat out of the bag: Eurasian lynx reintroduction in Scotland. James Thomson

Abstract: Conservation, game and land owning bodies have recently been discussing the conditions for any [...]

ECOS 33 (3/4) Winter 2012. Reintroducing charismatic species to Scotland: the rhetoric and politics of a 21st century agenda. Koen Arts, Anke Fischer, René van der Wal

Abstract: Little attention is generally paid to how experts involved in species reintroductions argue, and [...]

ECOS 35 (1) Spring 2014 What future for Bears in Western Europe? Charles J. Wilson

Abstract: The brown bear has been pushed to the remotest forests and mountains in western [...]