Winnard, A. L., & Coulson, G. (2008). "Sixteen years of Eastern Barred Bandicoot Perameles gunnii reintroductions in Victoria: a review". Pacific Conservation Biology 14(1): 34-53.

Winnard, A. L., & Coulson, G. (2008). "Sixteen years of Eastern Barred Bandicoot Perameles gunnii reintroductions in Victoria: a review". Pacific Conservation Biology 14(1): 34-53.

Aim: 
Examined characteristics affecting the success of Eastern Barred Bandicoot reintroductions, including competition from herbivores.
Type of Study: 
review paper
Key Results: 
A combination of drought and grazing pressure from kangaroos and rabbits reduced the amount of available habitat and possibly lead to population decline of Eastern Barred Bandicoots at one reintroduction site in Victoria.
Treatments: 
None
Response: 
Understanding the characteristics that lead to the success or failure of a reintroduction program are crucial. Continued management of eastern grey kangaroos is required to manage site conditions to maximise survival of reintroduced animals.
Models: 
None
Locations: 
Various conservation areas in Vic
Response variable : 
counts
Replication: 
8
Ecosystem: 
grassland
Full Reference: 
Winnard, A. L., & Coulson, G. (2008). "Sixteen years of Eastern Barred Bandicoot Perameles gunnii reintroductions in Victoria: a review". Pacific Conservation Biology 14(1): 34-53.