The objective of providing the negotiated grant funding specified in this agreement is to continue the Smoky Mouse PhD Research Project which aims to understand breeding behaviour and maximise captive breeding success, undertake trial releases of captive-bred animals into a predator-free environment and undertake genetic analysis of the wild and captive populations. The overarching aim of the Project is to provide advice on managing the critically threatened smoky mouse to provide for its long-term security in the wild.
|Effective start/end date
|5/04/22 → 30/06/24
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