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Increasing levels of human activity in mountainous areas have high potential to inhibit animal movement across and among valleys. We examined how wolves respond to roads, trails, and otherExpand
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Winter Responses of Forest Birds to Habitat Corridors and Gaps
Forest fragmentation and habitat loss may disrupt the movement or dispersal of forest-dwelling birds. Despite much interest in the severity of these effects and ways of mitigating them, little isExpand
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Path tortuosity and the permeability of roads and trails to wolf movement
Few studies have examined the effects of human development on fine-scale movement behavior, yet understanding animal movement through increasingly human-dominated landscapes is essential for theExpand
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Comparative Permeability of Roads, Rivers, and Meadows to Songbirds in Banff National Park
: Roads exert a variety of negative effects on wildlife and one of the most severe may be that they form barriers to animal movement. However, the role of roads as barriers has seldom been comparedExpand
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Multiple mechanisms of reversed hatching asynchrony in rockhopper penguins
Brood reduction in birds is frequently associated with hatching asynchrony, wherein incubation commences before clutch completion, causing last-laid eggs to hatch after earlier eggs. In crestedExpand
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Landscape and Traffic Factors Influencing Deer–Vehicle Collisions in an Urban Enviroment
Deer-vehicle collisions (DVCs) are steadily increasing across North America. The increase is particularly pronounced in urban green spaces where deer (Odocoileus spp.) populations and road densitiesExpand
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Flexible habitat selection by cougars in response to anthropogenic development
Large carnivore populations are imperiled worldwide through habitat loss, insufficient prey, and intolerance by people, promoting concerns that their populations will persist only in protected areasExpand
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Management options to reduce boat disturbance on foraging black guillemots (Cepphus grylle) in the Bay of Fundy
Boat disturbance of foraging black guillemots (Cepphus grylle) was studied at a breeding colony in the Bay of Fundy, Canada. Using observations from a cliff top, flushing behaviour was examined inExpand
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Greater consumption of protein-poor anthropogenic food by urban relative to rural coyotes increases diet breadth and potential for human–wildlife conflict
Reports of encounters between people and generalist urban-adapted carnivores are increasing around the world. In North America, coyotes Canis latrans are among the carnivores that appear to beExpand
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High levels of habitat loss and fragmentation limit reproductive success by reducing home range size and provisioning rates of Northern saw-whet owls
Studies of the effects of habitat fragmentation have been heavily biased toward population and community questions, with less attention on the effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on individualExpand
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