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Lions, hyenas and mobs (oh my!)
KDS Lehmann, TM Montgomery, SM MacLachlan, JM Parker, ...
Current Zoology 63 (3), 313-322, 2017
362017
Poaching of African elephants indirectly decreases population growth through lowered orphan survival
JM Parker, CT Webb, D Daballen, SZ Goldenberg, J Lepirei, D Letitiya, ...
Current Biology 31 (18), 4156-4162. e5, 2021
202021
Strongylid infection varies with age, sex, movement and social factors in wild African elephants
JM Parker, SZ Goldenberg, D Letitiya, G Wittemyer
Parasitology 147 (3), 348-359, 2020
182020
Feeding and breeding: a northern population of Massasauga Rattlesnakes, Sistrurus catenatus (Rafinesque 1818), continues to hunt during the mating season
S Tetzlaff, M Ravesi, J Parker, M Forzley, B Kingsbury
Herpetology Notes 8, 277-280, 2015
112015
Social support correlates with glucocorticoid concentrations in wild African elephant orphans
JM Parker, JL Brown, NT Hobbs, NP Boisseau, D Letitiya, ...
Communications Biology 5 (1), 630, 2022
82022
Revisiting the 4 R’s: Improving post-release outcomes for rescued mammalian wildlife by fostering behavioral competence during rehabilitation
SZ Goldenberg, JM Parker, SM Chege, AL Greggor, M Hunt, N Lamberski, ...
Frontiers in Conservation Science 3, 910358, 2022
42022
Orphaning stunts growth in wild African elephants
JM Parker, G Wittemyer
Conservation Physiology 10 (1), coac053, 2022
12022
The Physiological Condition of Orphaned African Elephants (Loxodonta africana)
JM Parker
Colorado State University, 2021
12021
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