We thank you for the opportunity to reply to the comments from Drs. Asa, Schwarzenberger and J��chle on our article [
]. There is no doubt that the scientists involved in wildlife contraception research at the AZA Wildlife Contraception Center are experts in the field and produce many valuable studies on the subject. The website given in their letter is particularly informative and gives a more detailed account of all methods of contraception currently being used on wildlife than given in our review.
- Barfield J.P.
- Nieschlag E.
- Cooper T.G.
Fertility control in wildlife: humans as a model.
Contraception. 2006; 73: 6-22
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- Fertility control in wildlife: humans as a model.Contraception. 2006; 73: 6-22
Published online: May 11, 2007
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