Der Biber in der Schweiz - Bestand, Gefährdung, Schutz.

Schriftenreihe Umwelt Nr. 249: 1-68. BUWAL, Bern

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Sika Deer in Mainland China.

In: McCULLOUGH, D. R., TAKATSUKI, S. & KAJI, K. (eds., 2008) Sika Deer – Biology and Management of Native and Introduced Populations: 521-540. Springer Verlag, Tokyo, Berlin Heidelberg, New York. ISBN 978-4-431-0-9428-9.

Verlagstext zum Band:

Sika deer, the graceful spotted deer of Japanese and Chinese art, originally were native to Asia from far-east Russia to Vietnam to the islands of Japan and Taiwan. They are widely raised in captivity to supply velvet antler for traditional medicine. They also were introduced to Europe, North America, and New Zealand, where they compete or interbreed with native deer. Sika deer typically occupy lowland hardwood forests with low winter snow depths, where they thrive in sites disturbed by fire, storm, or logging. In high numbers they can severely impact vegetation though overgrazing, stripping bark from trees and damaging crop fields and forest plantations. Their numbers are high in many parts of Japan, moderate in Russia, and reduced or extinct in the wild in China, Korea, Vietnam, and Taiwan. This book explores their basic biology, behavior, and ecology, including management for sport hunting, conservation or recovery of threatened populations, and resolution of conflict with humans in native and introduced lands.

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McCULLOUGH, D. R. (2009)

Sika Deer in Korea and Vietnam.

In: McCULLOUGH, D. R., TAKATSUKI, S. & KAJI, K. (eds., 2008) Sika Deer – Biology and Management of Native and Introduced Populations: 541-548. Springer Verlag, Tokyo, Berlin Heidelberg, New York. ISBN 978-4-431-0-9428-9-

Verlagstext zum Band:

Sika deer, the graceful spotted deer of Japanese and Chinese art, originally were native to Asia from far-east Russia to Vietnam to the islands of Japan and Taiwan. They are widely raised in captivity to supply velvet antler for traditional medicine. They also were introduced to Europe, North America, and New Zealand, where they compete or interbreed with native deer. Sika deer typically occupy lowland hardwood forests with low winter snow depths, where they thrive in sites disturbed by fire, storm, or logging. In high numbers they can severely impact vegetation though overgrazing, stripping bark from trees and damaging crop fields and forest plantations. Their numbers are high in many parts of Japan, moderate in Russia, and reduced or extinct in the wild in China, Korea, Vietnam, and Taiwan. This book explores their basic biology, behavior, and ecology, including management for sport hunting, conservation or recovery of threatened populations, and resolution of conflict with humans in native and introduced lands. 

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LAURO, A. (1989)

Die Geschichte des Steinbocks im Kanton Wallis.

Jagd und Hege, Naturschutz 4/16. Wildtier Schweiz, Zürich.

 

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KUSTER, A. (1966)

Rückwanderung und Wiedereinbürgerung von Wildarten.

In: Schenk, P. (Hrsg.) Jagd und Naturschutz in der Schweiz. Pharos Verlag, Basel.

 

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Extirpation and reintroduction of the Corsican red deer Cervus elaphus corsicanus in Corsica.

Oryx Vol. 41 (4): 488-494, ISSN 0030-6053. Fauna and Flora International. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0030605307012069

 Abstract:

The Endangered Corsican red deer Cervus elaphus corsicanus was extirpated from Corsica in the early 1970s, at which time the Sardinian population fell to <250 individuals. The Sardinian authorities agreed to protect this subspecies and to secure its reintroduction in Corsica, a natural choice, considering ethological and historical descriptions. Since the beginning of 1985, when the first deer destined for captive breeding and eventual reintroduction arrived in Corsica, the population increased from 13 Sardinian founders to 106 captive animals under constant monitoring in three enclosures (Quenza, Casabianda and Ania di Fium'Orbu). The sites of Quenza, Chisà and Santo Pietro di Venaco were selected by the Regional Nature Park of Corsica for the reintroduction into the wild that began in 1998. Currently the size of the whole Corsican population is c. 250 individuals. These deer are still closely monitored and studied, both in enclosures and in the wild, to secure the long-term conservation of this subspecies. The Corsican and Sardinian populations together now total slightly >1,000, and the subspecies could therefore be downgraded to Near Threatened on the IUCN Red List.

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KAISER, M. (2009)

Über 20 Jahre Mitarbeit des Tierparks Berlin am Wiederansiedlungsprojekt des Bartgeiers (Gypaetus barbatus) und erstmalige Auswilderung eines Jungvogels in Andalusien.

Milu, Berlin 12: 615-634.

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Donnerstag, 14 Juni 2018 14:49

HOMANN, W. G. (1975)

Breeding the International Herd of Arabian Oryx at Phoenix Zoo.

In: MARTIN, R. D. (ed.) Breeding Endangered Species in Captivity. Academic Press, London, New York, San Francisco. ISBN 0-12-47850-3.

 

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Donnerstag, 14 Juni 2018 14:42

HOFMANN, R. R. (2006)

Milu-Jubiläum in China.

Milu, Berlin 11: 739-746.

 

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HAUSMANN, R. & ZENTNER, F. (2008)

"Wild geboren" - Wisentreservat Damerower Werder.

Gebunden, 100 Seiten, 110 Farbfotos, 31 s/w-Fotos.

WAGE-Verlag, D-18195 Tessin. ISBN 978-3-937216-18-8.

Beschreibung:

Das Wisentreservat „Damerower Werder“ ist ein einzigartiges Refugium im Herzen der Meckenburger Seenplatte. 1957 begann hier die Erfolgsgeschichte der Arterhaltung des Wisents unter natürlichen Bedingungen. Im Laufe der Jahrzehnte entwickelte sich diese Zuchtstation zu einer der international bedeutendsten Einrichtungen. Viel Wissenswertes über das Bison, von Insidern beschrieben, historisch recherchiert, dokumentiert und fotografiert.

 

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