By Peter Jackson, Kristin Nowell
Offers the main finished and up to date details to be had at the 36 wild cats of the area. It comprises the 1st released selection of specific variety maps and a few of the 1st images of infrequent species within the wild. It additionally offers an intensive evaluation of significant concerns in cat conservation comparable to habitat loss and administration of huge cats in farm animals components; box and laboratory learn; foreign exchange; the function of zoos; and reintroduction. excessive precedence initiatives are pointed out to extra the reason for cat conservation.
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Average adult female weight was usedto rank speciesin all but a few cases,when average weight (no gender specified) was used:thesespecieswere all smallcatsunder 7 kg. Score: -1. Score: 0. Score: +I. Criterion 4. Active Threat Widespread and uncontrolled hunting, which has the potential to remove animalsfrom viable habitat in which they would otherwise be present, is an active threat to species. Habitat lossand change are gradual, ongoing processes affecting all species,but widespread and uncontrolled hunting, which may be for food, sport,or trade, is an active threat to both catsandtheir prey.
Visser in Zitt. 1993). A record for Malawi is erroneous (Ansell and Dowsett 1988). Population Status Global: Category 2. Regional: Category 1. IUCN: not listed. Most authorities have described the black-footed cat as a naturally rare species (Stuart and Wilson 1988, 8 Part I: Species kn i Skinner and Smithers 1990). ” Still, it is locally common at certain localities in South Africa, especially in the Orange Free State and northern Cape (J. Visser in Zitt. 1993). Being restricted to arid environments, it probably occurs at relatively low densities.
Chapter 1. Sub-Saharan Africa, Black-footed cat Africa. No legal protection: Mozambique, Namibia, Zimbabwe (IUCN Environmental Law Centre 1986; P. Norton, C. Stuart in litt. 1993). Principal Threats Indiscriminate methods of predator control could be a significant threat, although farmers seldom report capturing black-footed cats in problem animal surveys (Joubert et al. 1982, Stuart and Wilson 1988). Farmers in South Africa and Namibia consider the similar-looking African wildcat a predator of small livestock, and set out steel-jaw traps and poisoned bait to get rid of them (Joubert et al.
Wild Cats: Status Survey And Conservation Action Plan (Iucn Ssc Action Plans for the Conservation of Biological Div) by Peter Jackson, Kristin Nowell