Non-colonial ground-nesting birds on Robben Island: positive impact of the removal of feral cats on the abundance of Chukar Partridge and Fiery-necked Nightjar
The near complete removal of feral cats Felis catus was one of five major drivers of change at Robben Island in the first decades of the 21st century. This note demonstrates that the abundance of Chukar Partridge and of Fiery-necked Nightjar has increased during this period.
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