Mustela vison (American Mink)

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Good practice management guidance for American mink - RAPID LIFE (2018)

Management: American mink (Mustela vison) - IUCN/ISSG (downloaded from website March 2014)

Global Invasive Species Database - Neovision vision (= Mustela vison). ISSG website (March 2014)

Invasive Species Compendium: Neovision vision (American mink) - CABI website (March 2014)

Rural Development Service Technical Advice Note 02: Mink. Natural England (downloaded from website March 2014)

Reynolds, J.C., Richardson, S.M., Rodgers, B.J.E. & Rodgers, O.R.K. (2013) Effective control of non-native American mink by strategic trapping in a river catchment in mainland Britain. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 77(3): 545-554

Porteus, T.A., Short, M.J., Richardson, S.M., & Reynolds, J.C. (2012). Empirical development of strategy for the control of invasive American mink by trapping. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 58(2): 403-413

Reynolds, J.C., Short, M.J., & Leigh, R.J. (2004). Development of population control strategies for mink Mustela vison, using floating rafts as monitors and trap sites. Biological Conservation, 120(4): 533-543

The GWCT Mink Raft - Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (downloaded from website March 2014)

Moore, N.P., Roy, S.S. & Helyar, A. (2003) Mink (Mustela vison) eradication to protect ground-nesting birds in the Western Isles, Scotland, United Kingdom. New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 30: 443–452

Bonesi, L. & Palazon, S. (2007) The American mink in Europe: Status, impacts, and control. Biological Conservation, 134(4): 470-483

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