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Possible causes of divergent population trends in sympatric African herbivores

)); Chris Buse for data downsampling; and Megan Claase, Naomi Terry and Mosimane ?John? Nkape for downloading data from collared animals. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Emily Bennitt, Hattie L. A ... . Bartlam-Brooks. Data curation: Emily Bennitt, Tatjana Y. Hubel. Formal analysis: Emily Bennitt. Funding acquisition: Emily Bennitt, Alan M. Wilson. Methodology: Emily Bennitt. Resources: Tatjana Y

Behaviour-Related Scalar Habitat Use by Cape Buffalo (Syncerus caffer caffer)

Studies of habitat use by animals must consider behavioural resource requirements at different scales, which could influence the functional value of different sites. Using Cape buffalo (Syncerus caffer caffer) in the Okavango Delta, Botswana, we tested the hypotheses that behaviour affected use between and within habitats, hereafter referred to as macro- and microhabitats...

Habitat Selection by African Buffalo (Syncerus caffer) in Response to Landscape-Level Fluctuations in Water Availability on Two Temporal Scales

Seasonal fluctuations in water availability cause predictable changes in the profitability of habitats in tropical ecosystems, and animals evolve adaptive behavioural and spatial responses to these fluctuations. However, stochastic changes in the distribution and abundance of surface water between years can alter resource availability at a landscape scale, causing shifts in...

Correction: Mitigating the Impact of Bats in Historic Churches: The Response of Natterer's Bats Myotis nattereri to Artificial Roosts and Deterrence

Education, and Centre for Multilevel Modelling, University of Bristol , 2 Priory Road, Bristol, BS8 1TX , United Kingdom 2 One affiliation for the second author is not indicated. Emily Bennitt is also

Mitigating the Impact of Bats in Historic Churches: The Response of Natterer’s Bats Myotis nattereri to Artificial Roosts and Deterrence

Bats frequently roost in historic churches, and these colonies are of considerable conservation value. Inside churches, bat droppings and urine can cause damage to the historic fabric of the building and to items of cultural significance. In extreme cases, large quantities of droppings can restrict the use of a church for worship and/or other community functions. In the United...