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The Florida Panther Society, Inc.
CONCLUSIONS Reestablishment of additional Florida panther populations is biologically feasible. It would require incorporating theadvantages and planning around the disadvantages of both captive-raised and wild-caught translocated animals. There are enough habitat and prey available in northern Florida and southern Georgia to support a viable, self-sustaining ...
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IUCN SSC - Species Survival Commission
Stable captive populations preserve the options of reintroduction and/or supplementation of wild populations. A framework of international cooperation and coordination between captive ...
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Journey North Whooping Crane Migration
Whooping Cranes is to establish a self-sustaining population of a minimum of 1,000 Whoooping cranes in ... captivity. With no wild parents to teach the way, new captive-bred chicks added each fall learn their migration route by ... on adding new flocks that live and breed in geographically separated populations? *(That same year, there were still 6 cranes in the nonmigratory ...
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The Canadian Peregrine Foundation -- USA & International home page
Skyscrapers are like artificial cliffs to falcons, which in nature scratch ... of a scarcity of natural cliffs. But all that has changed since the now self-sustaining populations have become acclimated to urban downtowns. Peregrines often are confused with Cooper’s hawks ...
www.peregrine-foundation.ca


Reintroduction of Native Species on the Colorado Plateau
New Mexico. The recovery goal for Mexican wolves is to maintain the captive breeding program while establishing a self-sustaining wild population of at least 100 animals in the species' historic range ... rodents." Without the prairie dog, the black-footed ferret had no source of food, and populations quickly and seriously declined. The ferret was listed as an endangered species in 1967 under ...
www.cpluhna.nau.edu


Trumpeter Swan Factsheet - WDNR
Almost all North American breeding populations of Mute Swans were established by the escape or accidental release of captive birds. Close to a Trumpeter in size, the ... 20 swans of avicultural stock per year through 1993 in southwest Michigan to establish a self-sustaining, migratory, and breeding population. Another part of the release program, to take place in ...
www.dnr.state.wi.us


Time to Krill? crucial antarctic ecosystem threatened
Experimental studies on krill made possible by the existence of captive populations led to an explosion of knowledge about their life processes: their growth rates, longevity ... estimates vary widely. It is still uncertain whether krill populations drift with the currents or whether they are able to maintain self-sustaining populations in particular areas, and one of the ...
www.eco-action.org


Welcome to Environmental Review - Archives - 2004
Black-footed ferrets are vulnerable to distemper and plague, which exist in the prairie dog populations. Hypersensitivity to these diseases may be part of the normal biology of ferrets or it ... a self sustaining level, they will need not only adequate prey and habitat but also a disease-free environment, at least until their numbers increase. We spoke with Dr. Della Garrell, captive program ...
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Welcome to Fossil Rim Wildlife Center :: Glen Rose, Texas
U.S. population. In January 2004, after 10 years of planning, the ... to the wild over future generations. The wild animals are restricted to three small sub-populations in Kenya: Aberdares Conservation Area, the Mau Forest and Mt. Kenya National Park. Altogether ...
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Taiji 5 - A letter of concern
As reproduction of captive orcas is NOT self-sustaining, captive ...
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