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Wildlife reintroduction

LC control 90005976
LC classificationQL83.4
Topical headingWildlife reintroduction
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Variant(s)Animal re-introduction
Animal reintroduction
Re-establishment of wildlife
Re-introduction of wildlife
Reestablishment of wildlife
Reintroduction of wildlife
Restoration of wildlife
Rewilding (Wildlife reintroduction)
Wildlife re-establishment
Wildlife re-introduction
Wildlife reestablishment
Wildlife restoration
See alsosubdivision Reintroduction under individual animals and groups of animals, e.g. Fishes--Reintroduction
Animal introduction
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Wildlife conservation
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Found inWork cat.: Beyond captive breeding : re-introducing endangered mammals to the wild, 1991 (re-introduction)
LC database, Apr. 3, 2007 (Wolf reintroduction; osprey reintroduction; wildlife restoration)
Conf. on the Breeding of Endangered Species, Jersey, 1972. Breeding endangered species in captivity, 1975: index (reintroduction to the wild)
Bennett, L.E. Colorado gray wolf recovery, 1994.
Petersen, D. Ghost grizzlies, 1995.
Heath, D.J. Justification and feasibility analysis for freshwater mussel reestablishment upstream of the Prairie du Sac dam ... 1995: t.p. (feasibility of reintroducing freshwater mussels upstream of the dam; reintroduction of adult mussels)
LC database, Feb. 14, 2005 (Animal re-introductions)
Wikipedia, Mar. 25, 2009 ("Rewilding: In the field of conservation biology, the term rewilding refers to passive and active activities intended to result in the reintroduction of extirpated or once-native species back into natural landscapes. Rewilding is the rehabilitation process of captive animals which assists them to regain their survival instincts before being reintroduced back into the wild.")
Wiktionary, Mar. 25, 2009 ("Rewild: To return an area to a more wild state, especially to repopulate it with wild animals.")
Not found inHennepin; IAC