On many of his depredatory
expeditions he had not hesitated to use the knife and the mutton-bone.
We described feral dog predation patterns and depredatory
Although Currie does not dwell on politics, one is made aware of his opposition to the apartheid regime of yesteryear, which has left so much poverty in its wake, to which the country as a whole is still subject, in the form of its depredatory
In recent decades, the critical study of conservation conflicts have contended that, despite promoting new environmental attitudes, most conservation initiatives have failed to query the nature-society separation that underlies ecologically depredatory
common myna, house crow and sparrow, recorded for their depredations on four growth stages of watermelon, it was apparent that for both seedling and foliage stages, with a only eight days break, the birds continued with their depredatory
attacks in the morning and evening hours in the unguarded conditions.