Bibliografía sobre la ayuda a los animales en la naturaleza

Rescatando a animales atrapados

Bovenkerk, B.; Stafleu, F.; Tramper, R.; Vorstenbosch, J. & Brom, F. W. A. (2003) “To act or not to act? Sheltering animals from the wild: A pluralistic account of a conflict between animal and environmental ethics”, Ethics, Place and Environment, 6, pp. 13-26.

Dawkins, R. (1995) “God’s utility function”, Scientific American, 274 (6), pp. 80-85.

Donaldson, S. & Kymlicka, W. (2018 [2011]) Zoópolis: una revolución animalista, Madrid: Errata Naturae.

Faria, C. (2016) Animal ethics goes wild: The problem of wild animal suffering and intervention in nature, PhD thesis, Barcelona: Pompeu Fabra University.

Faria, C. & Paez, E. (2015) “Animals in need: The problem of wild animal suffering and intervention in nature”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 7-13 [referencia: 15 de marzo de 2017].

Hadley, J. (2006) “The duty to aid nonhuman animals in dire need”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 23, pp. 445-451.

Horta, O. (2013) “Zoopolis, intervention, and the state or nature”, Law, Ethics and Philosophy, 1, pp. 113-125 [referencia: 22 de enero de 2016].

Kirkwood, J. K. & Sainsbury, A. W. (1996) “Ethics of interventions for the welfare of free-living wild animals”, Animal Welfare, 5, pp. 235-243.

Morris, M. C. & Thornhill, R. H. (2006) “Animal liberationist responses to non-anthropogenic animal suffering”, Worldviews, 10, 355-379.

Nussbaum, M. C. (2007 [2006]) Las fronteras de la justicia: consideraciones sobre la exclusión, Barcelona: Paidós Ibérica.

Sözmen, B. İ. (2013) “Harm in the wild: facing non-human suffering in nature”, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 16, pp. 1075-1088.

Tomasik, B. (2014) “The predominance of wild-animal suffering over happiness: An open problem”, Essays on Reducing Suffering [referencia: 3 de diciembre de 2014].

Torres, M. (2015) “The case for intervention in nature on behalf of animals: A critical review of the main arguments against intervention”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3 (1), pp. 33-49 [referencia: 10 de enero de 2016].

 

Vacunación y tratamiento de animales enfermos y heridos

Baer, G. M.; Abelseth, M. K. & Debbie, J. G. (1971) “Oral vaccination of foxes against rabies”, American Journal of Epidemiology, 93, pp. 487-490.

Bovenkerk, B.; Stafleu, F.; Tramper, R.; Vorstenbosch, J. & Brom, F. W. A. (2003) “To act or not to act? Sheltering animals from the wild: A pluralistic account of a conflict between animal and environmental ethics”, Ethics, Place and Environment, 6, pp. 13-26.

Childs, J. E.; Robinson, L. E.; Sadek, R.; Madden, A.; Miranda, M. E. & Miranda, N. L. (1998) “Density estimates of rural dog populations and an assessment of marking methods during a rabies vaccination campaign in the Philippines”, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 33, pp. 207-218.

Cleaveland, S.; Kaare, M.; Tiringa, P.; Mlengeya, T. & Barrat, J. (2003) “A dog rabies vaccination campaign in rural Africa: impact on the incidence of dog rabies and human dog-bite injuries”, 21, pp. 1965-1973.

Delahay, R. J.; Smith, G. C. & Hutchings, M. R. (2009) Management of disease in wild mammals, Dordrecht: Springer.

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2010) Vaccination as a control tool for exotic animal disease: Key considerations, London: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs [referencia: 10 de agosto de 2013].

Fearneyhough, M. G.; Wilson, P. J.; Clark, K. A.; Smith, D. R.; Johnston, D. H.; Hicks, B. N. & Moore, G. M. (1998) “Results of an oral rabies vaccination program for coyotes”, Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 212, pp. 498-502.

Galizi, R.; Doyle, L. A.; Menichelli, M.; Bernardini, F.; Deredec, A.; Burt, A.; Stoddard, B. L.; Winbichler, N. & Crisanti, A. (2014) “A synthetic sex ratio distortion system for the control of the human malaria mosquito”, Nature Communications, 5, 3977 [referencia: 23 de junio de 2014].

Hanlon, C. A.; Niezgoda, M.; Hamir, A. N.; Schumacher, C.; Koprowski, H. & Rupprecht, C. E. (1998) “First North American field release of a vaccinia-rabies glycoprotein recombinant virus”, Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 34, pp. 228-239.

Hanlon, C. A. & Rupprecht, C. E. (1998) “The Reemergence of Rabies, in Scheld, D.; Armstrong, J. M.; Hughes, J. B. (eds.) Emerging Infections I, Washington, D.C.: ASM Press, pp. 59-80.

Harris, R. N. (1989) “Nonlethal injury to organisms as a mechanism of population regulation”, The American Naturalist, 134, pp. 835-847.

Holmes, J. C. (1995) “Population regulation: a dynamic complex of interactions”, Wildlife Research, 22, pp. 11-19.

Kitala, P. M.; McDermott, J. J.; Coleman, P. G. & Dye, C. (2002) “Comparison of vaccination strategies for the control of dog rabies in Machakos District, Kenya”, Epidemiology and Infection, 2002, 129, pp. 215-222.

MacInnes, C. D. & LeBer, C. A. (2000) “Wildlife management agencies should participate in rabies control”, Wildlife Society Bulletin, 28, pp. 1156-1167.

MacInnes, C. D.; Smith, S. M.; Tinline, R. R.; Ayers, N. R.; Bachmann, P.; Ball, D. G. A.; Calder, L. A.; Crosgrey, S. J.; Fielding, C.; Hauschildt, P.; Honig, J. M.; Johnston, D. H.; Lawson, K. F.; Nunan, C. P.; Pedde, M. A.; Pond, B.; Stewart, R. B. & Voigt, D.R. (2001) “Elimination of rabies from red foxes in eastern Ontario”, Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 37, pp. 119-132.

Newton, I. (1998) Population limitations in birds, San Diego: Academic Press.

Ng, Y.-K. (1995) “Towards welfare biology: Evolutionary economics of animal consciousness and suffering”, Biology and Philosophy, 10, pp. 255-285.

Nussbaum, M. C. (2007 [2006]) Las fronteras de la justicia: consideraciones sobre la exclusión, Barcelona: Paidós Ibérica.

Pal, S. K. (2001) “Population ecology of free-ranging urban dogs in West Bengal, India”, Acta Theriologica, 46, pp. 69-78.

Robbins, A. H.; Borden, M. D.; Windmiller, B.S.; Niezgoda, M.; Marcus, L. C.; O’Brien, S. M.; Kreindel, S. M.; McGuill, M. W.; DeMaria, A., Jr.; Rupprecht, C. E. & Rowell, S. (1998) “Prevention of the spread of rabies to wildlife by oral vaccination of raccoons in Massachusetts”, Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 213, pp. 1407-1412.

Rosatte, R.; Donovan, D.; Allan, M.; Howes, L. A.; Silver, A.; Bennett, K.; MacInnes, C.; Davies, C.; Wandeler, A. & Radford, B. (2001) “Emergency response to raccoon rabies introduction into Ontario”, Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 37, pp. 265-279.

Saggese, K.; Korner-Nievergelt, F.; Slagsvold, T. & Amrhein, V. (2011) “Wild bird feeding delays start of dawn singing in the great tit”, Animal Behaviour, 81, pp. 361-365.

Slate, D.; Rupprecht, C. E.; Rooney, J. A.; Donovan, D.; Lein, D. H.; Chipman, R.B. (2005) “Status of oral rabies vaccination in wild carnivores in the United States”, Virus Research, 111, pp. 68-76.

Schliekelman, P.; Ellner, S. & Gould, F. J. (2005) “Pest control by genetic manipulation of sex ratio”, Journal of Economical Entomology, 98, pp. 18-34.

Steck, F.; Wandeler, A.; Bichsel, P.; Capt, S.; Hafliger, U. & Schneider, L.G. (1982) “Oral immunization of foxes against rabies. Laboratory and field studies”, Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, 5, pp. 165-171.

Tomasik, B. (2015) “The importance of wild animal suffering”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3 (2), pp. 133-152 [referencia: 3 de enero de 2016].

Torres, E. (2012) “Should we vaccinate wild apes?”, February 16 [referencia: 2 de julio de 2013].

Tsiodras, S.; Korou, L.-M.; Tzani, M.; Tasioudi, K. E.; Kalachanis, K.; Mangana-Vougiouka, O.; Rigakos, G.; Dougas, G.; Seimenis, A. M. & Kontos, V. (2016) “Rabies in Greece; historical perspectives in view of the current re-emergence in wild and domestic animals”, Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease, 12, pp. 628-635.

Turner, J. W., Jr.; Liu, I. K. M.; Flanagan, D. R.; Rutberg, A. T. & Kirkpatrick, J. F. (2001) “Immunocontraception in feral horses: One inoculation provides one year of infertility”, Journal of Wildlife Management, 65, pp. 235-241.

Wild Animal Rescue Foundation of Thailand (2007) “Information”, warthai.org [referencia: 15 de julio de 2013].

Wobeser, G. A. (2005) Essentials of disease in wild animals, New York: John Wiley and Sons.

 

Animales ayudados en incendios y desastres naturales

Anderson, A. & Anderson, L. (2006) Rescued: Saving animals from disaster, New World Library: Novato.

Bovenkerk, B.; Stafleu, F.; Tramper, R.; Vorstenbosch, J. & Brom, F. W. A. (2003) “To act or not to act? Sheltering animals from the wild: A pluralistic account of a conflict between animal and environmental ethics”, Ethics, Place and Environment, 6, pp. 13-26.

Chadwin, R. (2017) “Evacuation of pets during disasters: A public health intervention to increase resilience”, American Journal of Public Health, 107, pp. 1413-1417.

Faria, C. & Paez, E. (2015) “Animals in need: The problem of wild animal suffering and intervention in nature”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3 (1), pp. 7-13 [referencia: 15 de marzo de 2017].

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) (2008) “Preparing your pets for emergencies makes sense. Get ready now”, ready.gov [referencia: 28 de agosto de 2018].

Hunt, M. G.; Bogue, K. & Rohrbaugh, N. (2012) “Pet ownership and evacuation prior to Hurricane Irene”, Animals, 2, pp. 529-539.

Irvine, L. (2006) “Animals in disasters: Issues for animal liberation activism and policy”, Journal of Critical Animal Studies, 4, pp. 2-16.

Kirkwood, J. K.; Sainsbury, A. W. & Bennett, P. M. (1994) “The welfare of free-living wild animals: Methods of assessment”, Animal Welfare, 3, pp. 257-273.

Nolen, R. S. (2006) “Congress orders disaster planners to account for pets”, Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 229, p. 1357.

Nussbaum, M. C. (2007 [2006]) Las fronteras de la justicia: consideraciones sobre la exclusión, Barcelona: Paidós Ibérica.

White, S. (2012) “Companion animals, natural disasters and the law: An Australian perspective”, Animals, 2, pp. 380-394.

 

Ayudando a los animales hambrientos y sedientos

Bartoskewitz, M. L.; Hewitt, D. G.; Pitts, J. S. & Bryant, F. C. (2003) “Supplemental feed use by free-ranging white-tailed deer in southern Texas”, Wildlife Society Bulletin, 31, pp. 1218-1228.

Boutin, S. (1990) “Food supplementation experiments with terrestrial vertebrates: Patterns, problems, and the future”, Canadian Journal of Zoology, 68, pp. 203-220.

Brittingham, M. C. & Temple, S. A. (1988) “Impacts of supplemental feeding on survival rates of black-capped chickadees”, Ecology, 69, pp. 581-589.

Brittingham, M. C. & Temple, S. A. (1992) “Does winter feeding promote dependency?”, Journal of Field Ornithology, 63, pp. 190-194.

Cannon, A. R.; Chamberlain, D. E.; Toms, M. P.; Hatchwell, B. J. & Gaston, K. J. (2005) “Trends in the use of private gardens by wild birds in Great Britain 1995–2002”, Journal of Applied Ecology, 42, pp. 659-671.

Catterall, C. P. (2004) “Birds, garden plants and suburban bushlots: where good intentions meet unexpected outcomes”, in Burger, S. K. & Lunney, D. (eds.) Urban wildlife: More than meets the eye, Sidney: Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, pp. 21-31.

Chamberlain, D. E.; Vickery, J. A.; Glue, D. E.; Robinson, R. A.; Conway, G. J.; Woodburn, R. J. & Cannon, A. R. (2005) “Annual and seasonal trends in the use of garden feeders by birds in winter”, Ibis, 147, pp. 563-575.

Chapman, R. & Jones, D. N. (2009) “Just feeding the ducks: Quantifying a common wildlife–human interaction”, Sunbird, 39, pp. 19-28.

Chapman, R. & Jones, D. N. (2011) “Foraging by native and domestic ducks in urban lakes: Behavioural implications of all that bread”, Corella, 35, pp. 101-106.

Cooper, S. M. & Ginnett, T. F. (2000) “Potential effects of supplemental feeding of deer on nest predation”, Wildlife Society Bulletin, 28, pp. 660-666.

Dubois, S. & Fraser, D. (2013) “A framework to evaluate wildlife feeding in research, wildlife management, tourism and recreation”, Animals, 3, pp. 978-994 [referencia: 12 de junio de 2014].

Fleischer, A. L.; Bowman, R. & Woolfenden, G. E. (2003) “Variation in foraging behaviour, diet and time of breeding in Florida Scrub-Jays in suburban and wildland habitats”, Condor, 105, pp. 515-527.

Holmes, J. C. (1995) “Population regulation: A dynamic complex of interactions”, Wildlife Research, 22, pp. 11-19.

Ishigame, G.; Baxter, G. S. & Lisle, A. T. (2006) “Effects of artificial foods on the blood chemistry of the Australian Magpie”, Austral Ecology, 31, pp. 199-207.

Jones, D. (2011) “An appetite for connection: Why we need to understand the effect and value of feeding wild birds”, Emu: Austral Ornithology, 111, pp. i-vii [referencia: 14 de junio de 2014].

Kallander, H. (1981) “The effects of provision of food in winter on a population of the great tit Parus major and the blue tit P. caeruleus”, Ornis Scandinavica, 12, pp. 244-248 [referencia: 29 de mayo de 2013].

Lott, D. F. (1996) “Feeding wild animals: The urge, the interaction and the consequences”, Anthrozoös, 4, pp. 232-236.

Marion, J.; Dvorak, R. & Manning, R.E. (2008) “Wildlife feeding in parks: Methods for monitoring the effectiveness of educational interventions and wildlife food attraction behaviors”, Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 13, pp. 429-442.

McCue, M. D. (2010) “Starvation physiology: Reviewing the different strategies animals use to survive a common challenge”, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 156, pp. 1-18.

McNamara, J. M. & Houston, A. I. (1987) “Starvation and predation as factors limiting population size”, Ecology, 68, pp. 1515-1519.

Miller, R.; Kaneene, J. B.; Fitzgerald, S. D.; Schmitt, S. M. (2003) “Evaluation of the influence of supplemental feeding of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) on the prevalence of bovine tuberculosis in the Michigan wild deer population”, Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 39, pp. 84-95.

Nepal Mountain News (2011) “Quenching wildlife thirst by pumping ground water”, Nepal Mountain News, 9 December [referencia: 12 de febrero de 2013].

O’Leary, R. & Jones, D. N. (2006) “The use of supplementary foods by Australian magpies (Gymnorhina tibicen): Implications for wildlife feeding in suburban environments”, Austral Ecology, 31, pp. 208-216.

Orros, M. E. & Fellowes, M. D. E. (2012) “Supplementary feeding of wild birds indirectly affects the local abundance of arthropod prey”, Basic and Applied Ecology, 13, pp. 286-293.

Ottoni, I.; de Oliveira, F. F. & Yound, R. J. (2009) “Estimating the diet of urban birds: the problems of anthropogenic food and food digestibility”, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 117, pp. 42-46.

Partridge, S. T.; Nolte, D. L.; Ziegltrum, G. J. & Robbins, C. T. (2001) “Impacts of supplemental feeding on the nutritional ecology of black bears”, Journal of Wildlife Management, 65, pp. 191-199.

Plummer, K. E.; Bearhop, S.; Leech, D. I.; Chamberlain, D. E. & Blount, J. D. (2013a) “Fat provisioning in winter impairs egg production during the following spring: A landscape-scale study of blue tits”, Journal of Animal Ecology, 82, pp. 673-682.

Plummer, K. E.; Bearhop, S.; Leech, D. I.; Chamberlain, D. E. & Blount, J. D. (2013b) “Winter food provisioning reduces future breeding performance in a wild bird”, Scientific Reports, 3 [referencia: 15 de febrero de 2014].

Robb, G. N.; McDonald, R. A.; Chamberlain, D. E.; Reynolds, S. J.; Harrison, T. J. & Bearhop, S. (2008) “Winter feeding of birds increases productivity in the subsequent breeding season”, Biology Letters, 4, pp. 220-223 [referencia: 2 de febrero de 2014].

Robbins, C. T. (1983) Wildlife feeding and nutrition, Orlando: Academic Press.

Saggese, K.; Korner-Nievergelt, F.; Slagsvold, T. & Amrhein, V. (2011) “Wild bird feeding delays start of dawn singing in the great tit”, Animal Behaviour, 81, pp. 361-365.

Schoech, S. J.; Bowman, R. & Reynolds, S. J. (2004) “Food supplementation and possible mechanisms underlying early breeding in the Florida Scrub-Jay (Aphelocoma coerulescens)”, Hormones and Behavior, 46, pp. 565-573.

Smith, B. L. (2001) “Winter feeding of elk in western North America”, Journal of Wildlife Management, 65, pp. 173-190.

Smith, J. A.; Harrison, T. J.; Martin, G. R. & Reynolds, S. J. (2013) “Feathering the nest: Food supplementation influences nest construction by Blue (Cyanistes caeruleus) and Great Tits (Parus major)”, Avian Biology Research, 6, pp. 18-25.

Southwick, C. H.; Siddioi, M. F.; Farooqui, M. & Pal, B. C. (1976) “Effects of artificial feeding on aggressive of rhesus monkeys in India”, Animal Behaviour, 24, pp. 11-15.

Sullivan, T. P.; Sullivan, D. S. & Krebs, C. J. (1983) “Demographic responses of a chipmunk (Eutamias townsendii) population with supplemental food”, Journal of Animal Ecology, 52, pp. 743-755 [referencia: 14 de junio de 2014].

Turner, J. W., Jr.; Liu, I. K. M.; Flanagan, D. R.; Rutberg, A. T. & Kirkpatrick, J. F. (2001) “Immunocontraception in feral horses: One inoculation provides one year of infertility”, Journal of Wildlife Management, 65, pp. 235-241.

Venkatachalam, M. & Sathe, S. K. (2006) “Chemical composition of selected edible nut seeds”, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 54, pp. 4705-4714.

Ward, J. M. & Kennedy, P. L. (1996) “Effects of supplemental food on size and survival of juvenile Northern Goshawks”, The Auk, 113, pp. 200-208.

Wildpro (2010a) “Pond construction – Concrete (managing wetlands for wildlife – implementing management plan)”, Wildpro.twycrosszoo.org [referencia: 25 de febrero de 2013].

Wildpro (2010b) “Pond construction (synthetic liner): (Managing wetlands for wildlife – implementing management plan)”, Wildpro.twycrosszoo.org [referencia: 26 de febrero de 2013].

Wildpro (2010c) “Reedbed construction for water cleaning (managing wetlands for wildlife – implementing management plan)”, Wildpro.twycrosszoo.org [referencia: 24 de febrero de 2013].

Wrangham, R. W. (1974) “Artificial feeding of chimpanzees and baboons in their natural habitat”, Animal Behaviour, 22, pp. 83-93.

Zimmerman, D. (2009) “Starvation and malnutrition in wildlife”, Indiana Wildlife Disease News, 4 (1), pp. 1-7 [referencia: 9 de octubre de 2013].

 

Adoptando a animales que se han quedado huérfanos en la naturaleza

Bovenkerk, B.; Stafleu, F.; Tramper, R.; Vorstenbosch, J. & Brom, F. W. A. (2003) “To act or not to act? Sheltering animals from the wild: A pluralistic account of a conflict between animal and environmental ethics”, Ethics, Place and Environment, 6, pp. 13-26.

Faria, C. & Paez, E. (2015) “Animals in need: The problem of wild animal suffering and intervention in nature”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 7-13 [referencia: 6 de noviembre de 2015].

Dawkins, R. (1995) “God’s utility function”, Scientific American, 274 (6), pp. 80-85.

Donaldson, S. & Kymlicka, W. (2018 [2011]) Zoópolis: una revolución animalista, Madrid: Errata Naturae.

Dorado, D. (2015) “Ethical interventions in the wild: An annotated bibliography”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 219-238 [referencia: 6 de noviembre de 2015].

Hadley, J. (2006) “The duty to aid nonhuman animals in dire need”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 23, 445-451.

Horta, O. (2013) “Zoopolis, intervention, and the state or nature”, Law, Ethics and Philosophy, 1, pp. 113-25 [referencia: 21 de enero de 2016].

Horta, O. (2015) “The problem of evil in nature: Evolutionary bases of the prevalence of disvalue”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 17-32 [referencia: 14 de octubre de 2015].

Kirkwood, J. K. & Sainsbury, A. W. (1996) “Ethics of interventions for the welfare of free-living wild animals”, Animal Welfare, 5, pp. 235-243.

Kirkwood, J. K.; Sainsbury, A. W. & Bennett, P.M. (1994) “The welfare of free-living wild animals: Methods of assessment”, Animal Welfare, 3, pp. 257-273.

Morris, Michael C. & Thornhill, R. H. (2006) “Animal liberationist responses to non-anthropogenic animal suffering”, Worldviews, 10, 355-379.

Ng, Y.-K. (1995) “Towards welfare biology: Evolutionary economics of animal consciousness and suffering”, Biology and Philosophy, 10, pp. 255-285.

Nussbaum, M. C. (2007 [2006]) Las fronteras de la justicia: consideraciones sobre la exclusión, Barcelona: Paidós Ibérica.

Paez, E. (2015) “Refusing help and inflicting harm: A critique of the environmentalist view”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 165-178 [referencia: 10 de noviembre de 2015].

Tomasik, B. (2013) “Ideas for volunteering to reduce wild-animal suffering”, Essays on Reducing Suffering [referencia: 19 de diciembre de 2015].

Tomasik, B. (2015) “The importance of wild animal suffering”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 133-152 [referencia: 20 de noviembre de 2015].

Torres, M. (2015) “The case for intervention in nature on behalf of animals: A critical review of the main arguments against intervention”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 33-49 [referencia: 11 de diciembre de 2015].

 

Trabajando por un futuro mejor para los animales salvajes

Carpendale, M. (2015) “Welfare biology as an extension of biology: Interview with Yew-Kwang Ng”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 197-202 [referencia: 6 de noviembre de 2015].

Cowen, T. (2003) “Policing nature”, Environmental Ethics, 25, pp. 169-182.

Cunha, L. C. (2015) “If natural entities have intrinsic value, should we then abstain from helping animals who are victims of natural processes?”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 51-53 [referencia: 11 de noviembre de 2016].

Dorado, D. (2015) “Ethical interventions in the wild: An annotated bibliography”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 219-238 [referencia: 6 de noviembre de 2015].

Faria, C. (2016) Animal ethics goes wild: The problem of wild animal suffering and intervention in nature, Barcelona: Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

Faria, C. & Paez, E. (2015) “Animals in need: The problem of wild animal suffering and intervention in nature”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 7-13 [referencia: 6 de noviembre de 2015].

Fleming K. K. & Giuliano W. M. (2001) “Reduced predation of artificial nests in border-edge cuts on woodlots”, Journal of Wildlife Management, 65, pp. 351-355.

Hadley, J. (2006) “The duty to aid nonhuman animals in dire need”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 23, 445-451.

Harrison, X. A.; Blount, J. D.; Inger, R.; Norris, D. R. & Bearhop, S. (2011) “Carry-over effects as drivers of fitness differences in animals”, Journal of Animal Ecology, 80, pp. 4-18.

Holmes, J. C. (1995) “Population regulation: A dynamic complex of interactions”, Wildlife Research, 22, pp. 11-19.

Horta, O. (2015a [2010]) “Contra la ética de la ecología del miedo: Por un cambio en los fines de la intervención en la naturaleza”, Revista Latinoamericana de Estudios Críticos Animales, 2 (1), pp. 61-85 [referencia: 14 de diciembre de 2016].

Horta, O. (2015) “The problem of evil in nature: Evolutionary bases of the prevalence of disvalue”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 17-32 [referencia: 14 de octubre de 2015].

Kirkwood, J. K. & Sainsbury, A. W. (1996) “Ethics of interventions for the welfare of free-living wild animals”, Animal Welfare, 5, 235-243.

Kirkwood, J. K.; Sainsbury, A. W. & Bennett, P. M. (1994) “The welfare of free-living wild animals: Methods of assessment”, Animal Welfare, 3, pp. 257-273.

McCue, M. D. (2010) “Starvation physiology: Reviewing the different strategies animals use to survive a common challenge”, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 156, pp. 1-18.

McMahan, J. (2010a) “The meat eaters”, The New York Times (online), 19 September [referencia: 23 de marzo de 2013].

McMahan, J. (2010b) “A response”, The New York Times (online), 28 September [referencia: 12 de mayo de 2013].

Morris, M. C. & Thornhill, R. H. (2006) “Animal liberationist responses to non-anthropogenic animal suffering”, Worldviews, 10. pp. 355-379.

Newton, I. (1998) Population limitations in birds, San Diego: Academic Press.

Ng, Y.-K. (1995) “Towards welfare biology: Evolutionary economics of animal consciousness and suffering”, Biology and Philosophy, 10, pp. 255-285.

Nussbaum, M. C. (2007 [2006]) Las fronteras de la justicia: consideraciones sobre la exclusión, Barcelona: Paidós Ibérica.

Paez, E. (2015) “Refusing help and inflicting harm: A critique of the environmentalist view”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 165-178 [referencia: 10 de noviembre de 2015].

Rolston, H., III (1992) “Disvalues in nature”, The Monist, 75, pp. 250-278.

Sagoff, M. (1984) “Animal liberation and environmental ethics: Bad marriage, quick divorce”, Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 22, pp. 297-307.

Sagoff, M. (1993) “Animal liberation and environmental ethics: Bad marriage, quick divorce”, in Zimmerman, M. E.; Callicott, J. B.; Sessions, G.; Warren, K. J. & Clark, J. (eds.) Environmental philosophy: From animal rights to radical ecology, Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, pp. 84-94.

Sapontzis, S. F. (2010 [1984]) “La depredación”, Télos, 17 (1), pp. 91-105 [referencia: 21 de marzo de 2014].

Sapontzis, S. F. (1987) Morals, reason and animals, Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Sözmen, B. İ. (2013) “Harm in the wild: Facing non-human suffering in nature”, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 16, pp. 1075-1088.

Tomasik, B. (2013) “Ideas for volunteering to reduce wild-animal suffering”, Essays on Reducing Suffering [referencia: 19 de diciembre de 2015].

Tomasik, B. (2015) “The importance of wild animal suffering”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 133-152 [referencia: 20 de noviembre de 2015].

Vinding, M. (2014) A Copernican revolution in ethics, Los Gatos: Smashwords [pp. 22-25, referencia: 1 de julio de 2014].

Vinding, M. (2016) “The speciesism of leaving nature alone, and the theoretical case for ‘wildlife anti-natalism’”, Apeiron, 8, pp. 169-183 [referencia: 11 de noviembre de 2016].