- Animal re-introduction
- Animal reintroduction
- Re-establishment of wildlife
- Re-introduction of wildlife
- Reestablishment of wildlife
- Reintroduction of wildlife
- Restoration of wildlife
- Rewilding (Wildlife reintroduction)
- Wildlife re-establishment
- Wildlife re-introduction
- Wildlife reestablishment
- Wildlife restoration
Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Work cat.: Beyond captive breeding : re-introducing endangered mammals to the wild, 1991 (re-introduction)
- found: LC database, Apr. 3, 2007 (Wolf reintroduction; osprey reintroduction; wildlife restoration)
- found: Conf. on the Breeding of Endangered Species, Jersey, 1972. Breeding endangered species in captivity, 1975: index (reintroduction to the wild)
- found: Bennett, L.E. Colorado gray wolf recovery, 1994.
- found: Petersen, D. Ghost grizzlies, 1995.
- found: Heath, D.J. Justification and feasibility analysis for freshwater mussel reestablishment upstream of the Prairie du Sac dam ... 1995: t.p. (feasibility of reintroducing freshwater mussels upstream of the dam; reintroduction of adult mussels)
- found: LC database, Feb. 14, 2005 (Animal re-introductions)
- found: Wikipedia, Mar. 25, 2009 ("Rewilding: In the field of conservation biology, the term rewilding refers to passive and active activities intended to result in the reintroduction of extirpated or once-native species back into natural landscapes. Rewilding is the rehabilitation process of captive animals which assists them to regain their survival instincts before being reintroduced back into the wild.")
- found: Wiktionary, Mar. 25, 2009 ("Rewild: To return an area to a more wild state, especially to repopulate it with wild animals.")
- notfound: Hennepin;IAC
- 2005-02-14: new
- 2009-04-22: revised
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