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Hunting increases vigilance levels in roe deer and modifies feeding site selection

Hunting increases vigilance levels in roe deer and modifies feeding site selection,10.1016/j.anbehav.2008.03.012,Animal Behaviour,Sarah Benhaiem,Mario

Hunting increases vigilance levels in roe deer and modifies feeding site selection   (Citations: 9)
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Journal: Animal Behaviour - ANIM BEHAV , vol. 76, no. 3, pp. 611-618, 2008
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    • ...Because habitat loss and fragmentation alters the spatial distribution, the quantity and the quality of resources available to individuals (Banks et al. 2007), it is important to understand how animals cope with these perturbations in human dominated landscapes...

    Nicolas Morelletet al. Landscape composition influences roe deer habitat selection at both ho...

    • ...Indeed, a positive correlation between food-rich sites and predation risk seems to be widespread (see Mysterud et al. 1999; Hochman and Kotler 2007; Benhaiem et al. 2008), and consequences in terms of individual fitness have been documented...
    • ...Spatial overlaps between food-rich sites and risky sites may be common in natural ecosystems (Mysterud et al. 1999; Hochman and Kotler 2007; Benhaiem et al. 2008; Gustine et al. 2006; McLoughlin et al. 2005)...

    Manuela Panzacchiet al. Trade-offs between maternal foraging and fawn predation risk in an inc...

    • ...Within populations, individuals may show plastic behaviours in response to landscape heterogeneity in terms of space use (Tufto et al. 1996; Lovari and San Jose ´ 1997; Lamberti et al. 2006; Said et al. 2009), group size (San Jose ´ et al. 1997; Jepsen and Topping 2004), activity rhythms and diet composition (Barancekova 2004)...

    Frial Abbaset al. Landscape fragmentation generates spatial variation of diet compositio...

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