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2019Factors influencing the spatial patterns of vertebrate roadkill in South Africa : the Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation Area as a case study.Parker, Daniel M. 
2017Large carnivore science: non-experimental studies are useful, but experiments are better.Parker, Daniel M. 
2020A leopard's favourite spots: habitat preference and population density of leopards in a semi-arid biodiversity hotspot.Parker, Daniel M. 
2020The Limpopo River exerts a powerful but spatially limited effect on bat communities in a semi-arid region of South Africa.Parker, Daniel M. 
2020Lions do not change rivers: complex African savannas preclude top-down forcing by large carnivores.Parker, Daniel M. 
2015Management-induced niche shift? The activity of cheetahs in the presence of lions.Parker, Daniel M. 
2019A novel technique for artificial pack formation in African wild dogs using odour familiarity.Marneweck, Courtney.  ; Parker, Daniel M. 
2018A record of cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) diet in the Northern Tuli Game Reserve, Botswana.Parker, Daniel M. 
2018The reproductive success of black rhinoceroses in the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.Parker, Daniel M. 
2020Response to comments on “Compassionate Conservation deserves a morally serious rather than dismissive response-reply to Callen et al., 2020”.Parker, Daniel M. 
2019Right on track? Performance of satellite telemetry in terrestrial wildlife research.Parker, Daniel M. 
2018Socio-economic factors influencing attitudes of landowners towards free-roaming cheetahs.Parker, Daniel M. 
2019Spatial partitioning by a subordinate carnivore is mediated by conspecific overlap.Marneweck, Courtney.  ; Parker, Daniel M. 
2019The use of acoustic detectors for assessing bat species richness and functional activity in a South African National Park.Parker, Daniel M.  ; Bernard, Richard T. F.
2021Utilizing bycatch camera-trap data for broad-scale occupancy and conservation: a case study of the brown hyaena Parahyaena brunnea.Parker, Daniel M.