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Tom Ovenden's work does not include Queen Elizabeth Forest Park which was on a shortlist of sites earmarked by the Lynx UK Trust earlier this year for a trial reintroduction in Scotland of the predators hunted to extinction for their pelts 1300 years ago.
"We've got an incredible team of ecologists, four wildlife vets and highly experienced reintroduction specialists ready to start work, with a combined 300 years of experience between them.
The information would be used to decide whether full reintroduction can go ahead with more individuals across a wider area.
"Our vision is that Kielder will be an extremely successful site and will form a template for lynx reintroduction across the country." Dr O'Donoghue said the Trust had already been approached by at least three private landowners interested in hosting big cats around Kielder.
A final reintroduction will take place at the Dingle, Llangefni, and after this it is hoped the reds can naturally spread across the entire island.
The initial reintroduction of muskoxen to northern Russia in the 1970s proved to be successful, and set the stage for further reintroductions in other parts of Russia (Sipko et al.
Eradicating these interlopers from even relatively small areas is expensive and time-consuming--not to mention notoriously difficult--and permanently excluding them from the reintroduction area is equally vexatious.
Red squirrels can now be found throughout the forest following their initial reintroduction and release in 2004, and more than 20 litters were born earlier this year.
Surveying the animals and what affects them after the release is "a key part of any reintroduction," says Philip J.
Thanks to the help of the Zoo's captive breeding and reintroduction program, there are about 200 nesting pairs of bald eagles in California today.
Recovery plans for nearly all southeastern mollusks include tasks for propagating juveniles and restoring wild populations through population augmentation and reintroduction activities.