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ANOTHER LOOK AT CHEMICAL IMMOBILIZATION OF RACCOONS (PROCYON LOTOR) WITH KETAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE
Forty-one wild raccoons (Procyon lotor) were captured in Kentucky (USA) and immobilized with 7 to 16 mg/kg of ketamine hydrochloride, January to May 1987. Eight raccoons had muscle tremors inExpand
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Wildlife food habits and habitat use on revegetated stripmine land in Alaska. Final report. [Ph. D Thesis]
Food habits and habitat utilization of wildlife species on revegetated stripmine spoils. Current reclamation techniques were beneficial for tundra voles, short-eared owls and marsh hawks. Caribou,Expand
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Plant nutrient levels on two summer ranges in the River of No Return Wilderness Area, Idaho
— Monthly percent nutrient and moisture levels of plant species on two summer ranges in the River of No Return Wilderness Area of Idaho were determined. Festtica idahoensis exhibited the highestExpand
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Comparison of Remotely-triggered Cameras vs. Howling Surveys for Estimating Coyote (Canis latrans) Abundance in Central Kentucky
A common problem associated with research efforts for wide-ranging predators is the estimation of population abundance. While mark-recapture studies incorporating live trapping can yield reasonableExpand
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Spatial and Temporal Variation in the Diet of the Eastern Red Bat in Kentucky
ABSTRACT Eastern red bats (Lasiurus borealis) are nocturnal insectivores distributed throughout eastern North America. While the dietary composition of this species has been broadly studied, dietaryExpand
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Evaluation of the Tooth-wear and Replacement Method for Aging White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) on the Blue Grass Army Depot, Madison County, Kentucky
ABSTRACT We evaluated the reliability of the tooth-wear and replacement method for aging hunter-harvested deer on the Blue Grass Army Depot, Madison County, Kentucky. Eighty-seven hunter-harvestedExpand
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Cranial measurements of the Columbian ground squirrel ( Spermophilus columbianus columbianus ), with special reference to subspecies taxonomy and juvenile skull development
— The Columbian ground squirrel (Sperrnophilus columbianus (Ord)) is represented by two recognized subspecies, S. c. columhianus (Ord) and S. c. ruficaudus (A. H. Howell), that occupy allopatric butExpand
Research on revegetation of Alaskan coal mine spoils. Section I - Plant material studies. Section II - Wildlife habitat use studies. Progress report, 1983
Seedings of plant materials at stripmine locations were conducted at the Usibelli mine near Healy, at the abandoned Jonesville mine in the Matanuska Valley, and in the undeveloped Beluga coal fieldExpand
RAPTOR USE OF REVEGETATED COAL STRIP MINE SPOILS IN INTERIOR ALASKA
Raptors associated with reclaimed coal strip mine spoils on the usibelli Coal Mine in southcentral Alaska were observed in 1981 and 1982. Of the 10 raptor species identified on the mine, 6Expand
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