The IAS Case Study A renewed call for conservation leadership 10 years further in the feral cat Trap-Neuter-Return debate and new opportunities for constructive dialogue is written by Adolphe O. Debrot, Martin N. M. Ruijter, Wempy Endarwin, Pim van Hooft, Kai Wulf and Adrian J. Delnevo.
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‘’It has been 10 years since a seminal paper in the journal Conservation Biology called for stronger leadership from the conservation community in countering the growing inappropriate use of Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) as a method to control feral cat, Felis catus, populations. The practice is rapidly spreading to areas of wildlife and conservation significance, and the need to counter this development is extremely urgent.’’
The studies by published in Conservation Science and Practice by Wiley Periodicals LLC on behalf of Society for Conservation Biology.