DM Parker
DM Parker
University of Mpumalanga
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Management of reintroduced lions in small, fenced reserves in South Africa: an assessment and guidelines
SM Miller, C Bissett, DM Parker, A Burger, B Courtenay, T Dickerson, ...
South African Journal of Wildlife Research-24-month delayed open access 43 …, 2013
Can we save large carnivores without losing large carnivore science?
BL Allen, LR Allen, H Andrén, G Ballard, L Boitani, RM Engeman, ...
Food Webs 12, 64-75, 2017
Wildlife road traffic accidents: a standardized protocol for counting flattened fauna
WJ Collinson, DM Parker, RTF Bernard, BK Reilly, HT Davies‐Mostert
Ecology and evolution 4 (15), 3060-3071, 2014
Seasonal herding practices influence predation on domestic stock by African lions along a protected area boundary
TR Kuiper, AJ Loveridge, DM Parker, PJ Johnson, JE Hunt, B Stapelkamp, ...
Biological Conservation 191, 546-554, 2015
Deconstructing compassionate conservation
MW Hayward, A Callen, BL Allen, G Ballard, F Broekhuis, C Bugir, ...
Conservation Biology 33 (4), 760-768, 2019
Minimum prey and area requirements of the Vulnerable cheetah Acinonyx jubatus: implications for reintroduction and management of the species in South Africa
P Lindsey, CJ Tambling, R Brummer, H Davies-Mostert, M Hayward, ...
Oryx 45 (4), 587-599, 2011
Trapping elusive cats: using intensive camera trapping to estimate the density of a rare African felid
E Brassine, D Parker
PloS one 10 (12), e0142508, 2015
Extended and continuous decline in effective population size results in low genomic diversity in the world’s rarest hyena species, the brown hyena
MV Westbury, S Hartmann, A Barlow, I Wiesel, V Leo, R Welch, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 35 (5), 1225-1237, 2018
The diet and ecological role of giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) introduced to the Eastern Cape, South Africa
DM Parker, RTF Bernard
Journal of Zoology 267 (2), 203-210, 2005
Right on track? Performance of satellite telemetry in terrestrial wildlife research
MPG Hofman, MW Hayward, M Heim, P Marchand, CM Rolandsen, ...
PLoS One 14 (5), e0216223, 2019
The road less travelled: assessing variation in mammal detection probabilities with camera traps in a semi-arid biodiversity hotspot
GKH Mann, MJ O’Riain, DM Parker
Biodiversity and Conservation 24, 531-545, 2015
Factors affecting the prey preferences of jackals (Canidae)
MW Hayward, L Porter, J Lanszki, JF Kamler, JM Beck, GIH Kerley, ...
Mammalian Biology 85, 70-82, 2017
Aardvark burrows: a potential resource for animals in arid and semi-arid environments
GM Whittington-Jones, RTF Bernard, DM Parker
African Zoology 46 (2), 362-370, 2011
Animal welfare considerations for using large carnivores and guardian dogs as vertebrate biocontrol tools against other animals
BL Allen, LR Allen, G Ballard, M Drouilly, PJS Fleming, JO Hampton, ...
Biological Conservation 232, 258-270, 2019
Envisioning the future with ‘compassionate conservation’: An ominous projection for native wildlife and biodiversity
A Callen, MW Hayward, K Klop-Toker, BL Allen, G Ballard, CT Beranek, ...
Biological conservation 241, 108365, 2020
The diet of a small group of extralimital giraffe
DM Parker, RTF Bernard, SA Colvin
African Journal of Ecology 41 (3), 245-253, 2003
Attitudes of rural communities toward dispersing African wild dogs in South Africa
DM Parker, BM Whittington-Jones, RTF Bernard, HT Davies-Mostert
Human dimensions of wildlife 19 (6), 512-522, 2014
An inventory of vertebrate roadkill in the greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier conservation area, South Africa
WJ Collinson, BK Reilly, DM Parker, RTF Bernard, HT Davies-Mostert
African Journal of Wildlife Research 45 (3), 301-311, 2015
Does the presence of large predators affect the diet of a mesopredator?
MC Brassine, DM Parker
African Journal of Ecology 50 (2), 243, 2012
Past and current management of predation on livestock
JJ Du Plessis, NL Avenant, A Botha, NR Mkhize, L Müller, N Mzileni, ...
Livestock predation and its management in South Africa: A scientific …, 2018
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