Publications of Natalia Borrego

Journal Article (9)

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Burkhart, J. C.; Gupta, S.; Borrego, N.; Heilbronner, S. R.; Packer, C.: Oxytocin promotes social proximity and decreases vigilance in groups of African lions. iScience, 104049 (2022)
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O’Connor, L.V.; Thomas, P.; Chodorow, M.; Borrego, N.: Exploring Innovative Problem-Solving in African lions (Panthera leo) and snow leopards (Panthera uncia). Behavioural Processes 199, 104648 (2022)
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Borrego, N.: Socially tolerant lions (Panthera leo) solve a novel cooperative problem. Animal Cognition 23 (2), pp. 327 - 336 (2020)
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McEvoy, O. K.; Miller, S. M.; Beets, W.; Bodasing, T.; Borrego, N.; Burger, A.; Courtenay, B.; Ferreira, S.; Hanekom, C.; Hofmeyr, M. et al.; Packer, C.; Robertson, D.; Stratford, K.; Slotow, R.; Parker, D. M.: The use of contraceptive techniques in managed wild African lion (Panthera leo) populations to mimic open system cub recruitment. Wildlife Research 46 (5), pp. 398 - 408 (2019)
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Borrego, N.; Ozgul, A.; Slotow, R.; Packer, C.: Lion population dynamics: do nomadic males matter? Behavioral Ecology 29 (3), pp. 660 - 666 (2018)
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Borrego, N.: Big cats as a model system for the study of the evolution of intelligence. Behavioural Processes 141, pp. 261 - 266 (2017)
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Borrego, N.; Dowling, B.: Lions (Panthera leo) solve, learn, and remember a novel resource acquisition problem. Animal Cognition 19 (5), pp. 1019 - 1025 (2016)
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Borrego, N.; Gaines, M.: Social carnivores outperform asocial carnivores on an innovative problem. Animal Behaviour 114, pp. 21 - 26 (2016)
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Borrego, N.; Ozgul, A.; Armitage, K. B.; Blumstein, D. T.; Oli, M. K.: Spatiotemporal variation in survival of male yellow-bellied marmots. Journal of Mammalogy 89 (2), pp. 365 - 373 (2008)

Book Chapter (1)

Book Chapter
Miller, M.S.; Ferreira, S.; Kilian, H.; Parker, D.; Courtenay, B.; Hanekom, C.; Borrego, N.: Reintroduction, genetic management and genetic rescue of lion populations. In: Guidelines for the Conservation of Lions in Africa. Version 1.0 (Ed. IUCN SSC Cat Specialist Group). Muri/Bern, Switzerland (2018)
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