Andrew H. Chadwick, Simon J. Hodge, Philip R. Ratcliffe
The red fox is a generalist predator and scavenger, adapted to a range of habitats. An account of fox biology in relation to forestry is given, information on fox population trends is reviewed, and recommendations made with regard to strategies for management of the economic impact of foxes. This information is of value to forest managers and other land managers. This publication is still available in hardcopy.
A4 | 48 pages | black & white