Ellie Lindsay(a), Ian Convery(*a), Andrew Ramsey(a), Eunice Simmons(b)
(a) University of Cumbria, Centre for Wildlife Conservation, Cumbria, United Kingdom
(b) National School of Forestry, United Kingdom
*Corresponding author. Email: Ian.Convery@cumbria.ac.uk
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