Dr Julia Hoy
Dr Julia Hoy
Captive Animal Behaviour and Welfare, School of Animal Studies, University of Queensland, Australia
Email yang diverifikasi di uq.edu.au
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Thirty years later: Enrichment practices for captive mammals
JM Hoy, PJ Murray, A Tribe
Zoo Biology 29 (3), 303-316, 2010
1052010
The ‘Toolbox’of strategies for managing Haemonchus contortus in goats: what’s in and what’s out
PE Kearney, PJ Murray, JM Hoy, M Hohenhaus, A Kotze
Veterinary Parasitology 220, 93-107, 2016
352016
Expenditure and motivation of Australian recreational hunters
N Finch, P Murray, J Hoy, G Baxter
Wildlife Research 41 (1), 76-83, 2014
272014
The potential for microchip‐automated technology to improve enrichment practices
JM Hoy, PJ Murray, A Tribe
Zoo biology 29 (5), 586-599, 2010
112010
Microchips for macropods: First use of a microchip‐automated door by a bridled nailtail wallaby (Onychogalea fraenata)
SJ Muns, JM Hoy, PJ Murray
Zoo Biology 37 (4), 274-278, 2018
32018
MHC Class II variability in bare-nosed wombats (Vombatus ursinus)
JM Old, EM Hermsen, LJ Young
Australian Mammalogy 42 (2), 135-143, 2020
22020
Bandicoot bunkers: training wild-caught northern brown bandicoots (Isoodon macrourus) to use microchip-automated safe refuge
MC Edwards, JM Hoy, SI FitzGibbon, PJ Murray
Wildlife Research 47 (3), 239-243, 2020
12020
Training a wild-born marsupial to use microchip-automated devices: the brush-tailed phascogale (Phascogale tapoatafa) as proof of concept
MC Edwards, JM Hoy, S FitzGibbon, PJ Murray
Australian Mammalogy 41 (2), 279-282, 2019
12019
Microchip-automated husbandry as enrichment for captive animals
JM Hoy
12010
Animal care staff and management opinions differ on constraints involved with enrichment
J Hoy, P Murray, A Tribe
Shape of Enrichment, 2007
12007
How to train your wildlife: a review of predator avoidance training
MC Edwards, C Ford, JM Hoy, S FitzGibbon, PJ Murray
Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 105170, 2020
2020
Catch me if you can: using traps and predator scat to determine recognition of predators by Australian mammals
M Edwards, J Hoy, S FitzGibbon, P Murray
2020
Development of the Mata Hari Judas Queen (Felis catus)
PJ Murray, M Rogie, N Fraser, J Hoy, S Kempster
Animals 10 (10), 1843, 2020
2020
Monitoring with microchips: Microchip‐automated doors as a potential novel method for tracking the survival of released Northern Brown Bandicoots
MC Edwards, JM Hoy, SI FitzGibbon, PJ Murray
Ecological Management & Restoration 21 (3), 254-256, 2020
2020
Relaxed predation theory: size, sex and brains matter
MC Edwards, JM Hoy, SI FitzGibbon, PJ Murray
Biological Reviews, 2020
2020
Catch me if you can! Microchip-automation to avoid introduced predators
MC Edwards, JM Hoy, S FitzGibbon, PJ Murray
2019
Why run when you can eat? Recognition of predators by northern brown bandicoots, Isoodon macrourus
MC Edwards, JM Hoy, S FitzGibbon, PJ Murray
2019
Bandicoot bunkers: training bandicoots to use microchip-automated doors and avoid introduced predators
MC Edwards, JM Hoy, S FitzGibbon, PJ Murray
2018
Creating panic rooms for wildlife: training northern brown bandicoots to access safe refuge using microchip-automation
MC Edwards, JM Hoy, S FitzGibbon, PJ Murray
2018
Could predator avoidance training increase the reintroduction success of bandicoots?
MC Edwards, JM Hoy, S FitzGibbon, PJ Murray
2018
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