European Journal of Wildlife Research
European Journal of Wildlife Research focuses on all aspects of wildlife biology. Main areas are: wildlife ecology, diseases, toxicology, conservation, management, and the sustainable use of natural resources.
Recent topics range from rabbit population trends in northeastern Spain, to fighting behaviour in territorial male roe deer, to a study of the first known Cuvier's beaked whales found in the Croatian region of the Adriatic, and more. Also included is discussion of socio-cultural aspects of human-wildlife relationships and the history and sociology of hunting.
The journal accepts four types of papers: Reviews, Original Papers, Short Communications, and Technical Notes.
The Chief Editor is Christian Gortázar, IREC, Ciudad Real, Spain.
Special Advisor to the Chief Editor is Walburga Lutz, Institute of Wildlife Research, Bonn, Germany.