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Further reading

Armstrong and Seddon 2008: Directions in Reintroduction Biology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23: 20–25

Hale, K.A.; Briskie, J. V. 2007: Decreased immunocompetence in a severely bottlenecked population of an endemic New Zealand bird. Animal Conservation 10 (1), 2–10.

Hale, K.A.; Briskie, J. V. 2007: Challenges to understanding the consequences of population bottlenecks for the conservation of endangered wildlife. Animal Conservation 10 (1), 19–21.

Hawley, D.M. 2007: Population bottlenecks: the importance of looking beyond genetics. Animal Conservation 10 (1), 17–18.

Hitchmough, R.; Bull, L.; Cromarty, P. 2007: New Zealand Threat Classification System lists – 2005. Department of Conservation, Wellington. 194p.

Jamieson, I.G.; Tracy, L.N.; Fletcher, D.; Armstrong, D.P. 2007: Moderate inbreeding depression in a reintroduced population of North Island robins. Animal Conservation 10 (1), 95-102.

McHalick, O. 1998. Translocation database summary. DOC Threatened Species Occasional Publication 14. Department of Conservation, Wellington. 63p.
http://www.doc.govt.nz/upload/documents/science-and-technical/TSOP14.pdf [263KB]

Miskelly, C.M.; Powlesland, R.G. 2013 Conservation translocations of New Zealand birds, 1863–2012. Notornis 60:3–28.

Smits, J.E. 2007: Are we enlightened about the immunocompetence of a severely inbred population of New Zealand robins? Challenges inherent in studies using immunological endpoints. Animal Conservation 10 (1), 14–16.

Seddon, P.; Armstrong, D; Maloney, R. 2007: Developing the Science of Reintroduction Biology. Conservation Biology 21: 303–312

Tompkins, D.M. 2007: Population bottlenecks and avian immunity: implications for conservation. Animal Conservation 10 (1), 11–13.