SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Aebischer, N.J. (1999) Multi-way comparisons and generalized linear models of nest success: extensions of the Mayfield method. Bird Study, 46(Suppl.), 522531.
  • Allen, L.R. & Sparkes, E.C. (2001) The effect of dingo control on sheep and beef cattle in Queensland. Journal of Applied Ecology, 38, 7687.
  • Baines, D. (1990) The roles of predation, food and agricultural practice in determining the breeding success of the lapwing on upland grasslands. Journal of Animal Ecology, 59, 915929.
  • Bolton, M., Tyler, G., Smith, K. & Bamford, R. (2007) The impact of predator control on lapwing breeding success on wet grassland nature reserves. Journal of Applied Ecology, 44, 534544.
  • Brown, A.F. & Shepherd, K.B. (1993) A method for censusing upland breeding waders. Bird Study, 40, 89195.
  • Buchannan, G.M., Pearce-Higgins, J.W. & Grant, M.C. (2006) Observer variation in estimates of meadow pipit and skylark abundance on moorland. Bird Study, 53, 9295.
  • Côté, I.M. & Sutherland, W.J. (1997) The effectiveness of removing predators to protect bird populations. Conservation Biology, 11, 395405.
  • Crawley, M.J. (2002) Statistical Computing. John Wiley & Sons Ltd, UK.
  • Delius, J.D. (2008) A population study of skylarks. Ibis, 107, 466492.
  • Dion, N., Hobson, K.A. & Larivière, S. (1999) Effects of removing duck-nest predators on nesting success of grassland songbirds. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 77, 18011806.
  • Eaton, M.A., Brown, A.F., Noble, D.G., Musgrove, A.J., Hearn, R.D., Aebischer, N.J., Gibbons, D.W., Evans, A. & Gregory, R.D. (2009) Birds of Conservation Concern 3: the population status of birds in the United Kingdom, Channel Islands and Isle of Man. British Birds, 6, 296341.
  • Etheridge, B., Summers, R.W. & Green, R.E. (1997) The effects of illegal killing and destruction of nests by humans on the population dynamics of the hen harrier in Scotland. Journal of Applied Ecology, 34, 10811105.
  • Evans, K.L. (2004) The potential for interactions between predation and habitat change to cause population declines of farmland birds. Ibis, 146, 113.
  • Fontaine, J.J. & Martin, T.E. (2006) Habitat selection responses of parents to offspring predation risk: an experimental test. American Naturalist, 168, 811818.
  • Fuller, R.J. & Gough, S.J. (1999) Changes in sheep numbers in Britain: implications for bird populations. Biological Conservation, 91, 7389.
  • Galbraith, H. (1988) Adaptation and constraint in the growth pattern of lapwing. Journal of Zoology, London, 215, 537548.
  • Gibbons, D.W., Amar, A., Anderson, G.Q.A., Bolton, M., Bradbury, R.B., Eaton, M.A., Evans, A.D., Grant, M.C., Gregory, R.D., Hilton, G.M., Hirons, G.J.M., Hughes, J., Johnstone, I., Newbery, P., Peach, W.J., Ratcliffe, N., Smith, K.W., Summers, R.W., Walton, P. & Wilson, J.D. (2007) The Predation of Wild Birds in the UK: A Review of its Conservation Impact and Management. RSPB research report no 23, RSPB, Sandy, UK.
  • Graham, I.M. (2002) Estimating weasel abundance from tunnel tracking indices at fluctuating field vole density. Wildlife Biology, 8, 279287.
  • Grant, M.C. (1991) Nesting densities, productivity and survival of breeding whimbrel in Shetland. Bird Study, 38, 160169.
  • Grant, M.C., Orsman, C., Easton, J., Lodge, C., Smith, M., Thompson, G., Rodwell, S. & Moore, N. (1999) Breeding success and causes of breeding failure of curlew in Northern Ireland. Journal of Applied Ecology, 36, 5974.
  • Grant, M.C., Lodge, C., Moore, N., Easton, J., Orsman, C. & Smith, M. (2000) Estimating the abundance and hatching success of breeding curlew using survey data. Bird Study, 47, 4151.
  • Green, R.E. (1985) Estimating the abundance of breeding snipe. Bird Study, 32, 141149.
  • Gregory, R.D. & Marchant, J.H. (1996) Population trends of jays, magpies and carrion crows in the United Kingdon. Bird Study, 43, 2837.
  • Hill, D.A. (1988) Population dynamics of avocets breeding in Britain. Journal of Animal Ecology, 22, 645654.
  • Holt, A.R., Davies, Z.G., Tyler, C. & Staddon, S. (2008) Meta-analysis of the effects of predation on animal prey abundance: evidence from UK vertebrates. PLoS ONE, 3(6), e2400. Doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0002400.
  • Hoodless, A.N., Inglis, J.G. & Baines, D. (2006) Effects of weather and timing on counts of breeding snipe. Bird Study, 53, 205212.
  • Hotker, H. (1988) Lifetime reproductive output of male and female meadow pipits. Journal of Animal Ecology, 57, 109117.
  • Hudson, P.J. (1995) Ecological trends and grouse management in upland Britain. Heaths and Moorlands: Cultural Landscapes (eds D.B.A.Thompson, A.J.Hester & M.B.Usher), pp. 282293. HMSO, Edinburgh, UK.
  • Hudson, P. & Newborn, D. (1995) A Manual of Red Grouse and Moorland Management. The Game Conservancy Trust Limited, Fordingbridge, UK.
  • Hudson, P.J., Dobson, A.P. & Newborn, D. (1998) Prevention of population cycles by parasite removal. Science, 282, 22562258.
  • Jenkins, D., Watson, A. & Miller, G.R. (1963) Population studies on red grouse in north-east Scotland. Journal of Animal Ecology, 32, 317376.
  • King, C.M. & Edgar, R.L. (1977) Techniques for trapping and tracking stoats; a review, and a new system. New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 4, 193212.
  • Lawes Agricultural Trust (2008) Genstat Release 11.1 Reference Manual. VSN International, Oxford, U.K.
  • Marcström, V., Kenward, R.E. & Engren, E. (1988) The impact of predation on boreal tetraonids during vole cycles: an experimental study. Journal of Animal Ecology, 57, 859872.
  • Mayfield, H.F. (1975) Suggestions for calculating nest success. Wilson Bulletin, 87, 456466.
  • Messier, F. & Crête, M. (1985) Moose-wolf dynamics and the natural regulation of moose populations. Oecologia, 64, 503512.
  • Newton, I. (1993) Predation and the limitation of bird numbers. Current Ornithology, 11, 143198.
  • Oldfield, T.E., Smith, R.J., Harrop, S.R. & Leader-Williams, N. (2003) Field sports and conservation in the United Kingdom. Nature, 423, 531533.
  • Parr, R. (1993) Nest predation and numbers of golden plover and other moorland waders. Bird Study, 40, 223231.
  • Peach, W., Thompson, P.S. & Coulson, J.C. (1994) Annual and long-term variation in the survival rates of British lapwings. Journal of Animal Ecology, 63, 6070.
  • Pearce-Higgins, J.W. & Yalden, D.W. (2002) Variation in the growth and survival of golden plover chicks. Ibis, 144, 202209.
  • Pearce-Higgins, J.W. & Yalden, D.W. (2003) Golden plover breeding success on a moor managed for shooting red grouse. Bird Study, 50, 170177.
  • Pearce-Higgins, J.W. & Yalden, D.W. (2005) Difficulties of counting breeding golden plovers. Bird Study, 52, 339342.
  • Potts, G.R. (1986) The Partridge: Pesticides, Predators and Conservation. Collins, London, UK.
  • Redpath, S.M., Arroyo, B.E., Leckie, F.M., Bacon, P., Bayfield, N., Gutierrez, R.J. & Thirgood, S.J. (2004) Using decision modelling with stakeholders to reduce human-wildlife conflict: a raptor-grouse case study. Conservation Biology, 18, 350359.
  • Reed, T.M., Barrett, C., Barrett, J., Hayhow, S. & Minshull, B. (1985) Diurnal variability in the detection of waders on their breeding grounds. Bird Study, 32, 7174.
  • Seber, G.A.F. (1982) The Estimation of Animal Abundance. 2nd edn, Charles Griffin, London, UK.
  • Sim, I.M.W., Gregory, R.D., Hancock, M.H. & Brown, A.F. (2005) Recent changes in the abundance of British upland breeding birds. Bird Study, 52, 261275.
  • Sinclair, A.R.E., Pech, R.P., Dickman, C.R., Hik, D., Mahan, P. & Newsome, A.E. (1998) Predicting effects of predation on conservation of endangered prey. Conservation Biology, 12, 564575.
  • Tapper, S.C. (1992) Game Heritage: An Ecological Review From Shooting and Gamekeeping Records. The Game Conservancy Trust, Fordingbridge, UK.
  • Tapper, S. (2005) Nature’s Gain. The Game Conservancy Trust, Fordingbridge, UK.
  • Tapper, S.C., Potts, G.R. & Brockless, M.H. (1996) The effect of an experimental reduction in predation pressure on the breeding success and population density of grey partridges. Journal of Applied Ecology, 33, 965978.
  • Tharme, A.P., Green, R.E., Baines, D., Bainbridge, I.P. & O’Brien, M. (2001) The effect of management for red grouse shooting on the population density of breeding birds on heather-dominated moorland. Journal of Applied Ecology, 38, 439457.
  • Thirgood, S.J., Redpath, S.M., Rothery, P. & Aebischer, N.J. (2000) Raptor predation and population limitation in red grouse. Journal of Animal Ecology, 69, 504516.
  • Thompson, P.S., Baines, D., Coulson, J.C. & Longrigg, G. (1994) Age of first breeding, philopatry and breeding site-fidelity in the lapwing. Ibis, 136, 474484.
  • Thompson, D.B.A., MacDonald, A.J., Marsden, J.H. & Galbraith, C.A. (1995) Upland heather moorland in Great Britain: a review of international importance, vegetation change and some objectives for nature conservation. Biological Conservation, 71, 163178.
  • Van Der Wal, R. & Palmer, S.C.F. (2008) Is breeding of farmland wading birds depressed by a combination of predator abundance and grazing? Biology Letters, 4, 256258.
  • Webbon, C.C., Baker, P.J. & Harris, S. (2004) Faecal density counts for monitoring changes in red fox numbers in rural Britain. Journal of Applied Ecology, 41, 768779.
  • Whittingham, M.J. (2007) Will agri-environment schemes deliver substantial biodiversity gain and if not why not? Journal of Applied Ecology, 44, 15.
  • Yalden, D.W. & Yalden, P.E. (1989) The sensitivity of breeding golden plovers to human intruders. Bird Study, 36, 4955.