Red squirrel monitoring: the potential of hair-tubes for estimating squirrel abundance
(1997)
P.W.W Lurz, P.J Garson
This report concerns the potential for utilising hair-tubes as a method for the survey and monitoring of red squirrels in the UK.
 

Introduction


The red squirrel Sciurus vulgaris is listed as a priority species for conservation in the UK and a key task in the conservation strategy is the determination of the status of populations throughout the UK.
 
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Please cite as: P.W.W Lurz, P.J Garson, (1997), Red squirrel monitoring: the potential of hair-tubes for estimating squirrel abundance