Animal Welfare

Fauna Australis is a leading research group that combines wildlife conservation and animal welfare science in South America since 2001.

Fauna Australis represents: The University Federation for Animal Welfare as the UFAW link.



Bonacic C, Gimpel J and Goddard. 2009. Animal Welfare and the Sustainable Use of the Vicuña. In: The Vicuña: The Theory and Practice of Community Based Wildlife Management. Gordon IJ, ed. Pp. 49-63. Springer Science. Business Media.

Bonacic C. 2009. Conservation and Wildlife Management. In: Mills DS. (ed) The Encyclopedia of Applied Animal Behaviour and Welfare. CABI. Wallingford, UK.

McLaren G, Bonacic C and Rowan A. Animal Welfare and Conservation: Measuring Stress in the Wild. 2007. In: Key topics in conservation biology. Edited by D Macdonald. Blackwell publishing. Oxford.

Bonacic C and Macdonald D. 2003. The physiological impact of wool-harvesting procedures in vicuñas (Vicugna vicugna). Animal welfare. 12: 387-402.

Bonacic C, Macdonald D and Villouta G. 2003. Adrenocorticotrophin-induced stress response in captive vicuñas (Vicugna vicugna) in the Andes of Chile. Animal welfare. 12: 369-385.

Bonacic C, Macdonald D, Galaz J and Sibly M. 2002. Density dependence in the camelid Vicugna vicugna: The Recovery of a protected population in Chile. Oryx. 36: 118-125.

Bonacic C, Iriarte A and Bas F. 1996. Endangered guanaco (Lama guanicoe) population habitat use in the Andean mountains of Chile. Journal of wildlife research. 1: 85-88.

Bonacic C and Gimpel J. 1995. Sustainable use of South American wild camelids: theory and practice. Newsletter of the European Fine Fibre News. 5: 23-26.

Bonacic C and Gimpel J. 1995. Guanaco farming in Southern Patagonia, Chile. Camelids Chronicle. 33: 11-14.

Bas F, Bonacic C and Soto N. 1994. Game farming potential of the guanaco (Lama guanicoe) in Chile. Journal of Animal Science. 72: 343.