Lessons Learnt and Plans Laid: Seven Awkward Questions for the Future of Reintroductions
Reintroduction is a rapidly growing science which, if carried out properly, has the potential to be a valuable component of the conservationist's toolkit. However, many pitfalls exist that can result in failure of a reintroduction and can potentially waste valuable and limited resources. Issues that have emerged from the preceding chapters of this book and other studies are outlined below. © 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.