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Lines, R. African Wild Dog introductions into smaller fenced reserves. A metapopulation management strategy. Synopsis of literature. African Wild Dog Project of the Namibia Nature Foundation


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African Wild Dog introductions into smaller fenced reserves. A metapopulation management strategy.

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Experience of African wild dog (AWD) introductions has been unsuccessful in most cases, of partial or unquantified success in a few cases and successful in even fewer. The reintroduction of AWD is possible if the right technique is used. If a entire wild caught pack is not available, which is the likely scenario given the difficulty in capture and the threat to the wild population of removing breeding units, a combination of captive and wild caught animals is the recommended method to reintroduce AWD especially if they are to be released into an environment where they will have to compete with other large predators. Adequate protection from persecution and disease is also essential for a successful reintroduction. Post release monitoring is important to determine the post release success or failure and information gathered can be used to improve on reintroduction technique (Hofmeyr, 1997).

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Origin: Namibia Nature Foundation

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