Fencing in nature? Predator exclusion restores habitat for native fauna and leads biodiversity to spill over into the wider landscape

Andrew Tanentzap & KM Lloyd
Large areas of habitat are being fenced globally to restore and relocate species that can no longer survive in their surrounding landscapes, such as because of introduced predators. Despite their promise, the contributions of fenced and intensively-managed reserves towards achieving wider biodiversity goals are contentious. There has been little empirical evidence that fenced reserves can restore communities or ecological function over larger landscapes in ways that justify their large economic and sometimes social costs. Here...
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