Management of non-native or invasive vertebrates
Choosing species to be researched and links to species chosen
Impacts of large herbivores on woodlands
Reducing damage caused by large herbivores and use as management tool to achieve biodiversity objectives
Mammal damage to trees and woodland
Reducing the impact of mammal damage and of deer fences on sensitive species such as woodland grouse
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Ferryman, M., Mayle, B. A. and Morgan, G. W. (2006). Visual method for evaluating the state of sexual development in male grey squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis). Reproduction, Fertility and Development 18, 383-393.
Ferryman, M. and Mayle, B. (2005). Grey squirrel damage prediction - interim progress. Ecotype 30, 1-2.
Mayle, B.; Pepper, H. and Ferryman, M. (2004). Controlling Grey Squirrel Damage to Woodlands. Forestry Commission Practice Note 4 (Revised). Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.