The impacts of the Pied Crow Corvus albus on other species need to be determined
John E Fincham
Les G Underhill
Miles B Markus
If it is confirmed that Pied Crows are having substantial negative impacts on prey and/or competitor species, as seems to be inevitable where the abundance of crows has increased massively, remedial action to prevent or minimise damage should be taken.
FINCHAM, John E et al.
The impacts of the Pied Crow Corvus albus on other species need to be determined.
Biodiversity Observations, [S.l.], p. 232 - 239, nov. 2015.
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