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Control of urban wildlife predation by cats through public education



Control of urban wildlife predation by cats through public education



Environmental Conservation 15(4): 358-359



It has been estimated that in Britain alone, about 100 million birds and small mammals are killed each year by domestic cats.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0376892900029878


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