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Selection of Nesting Habitat by Sharptailed Grouse in the Nebraska Sandhills
We evaluated nesting habitat selection (disproportionate use compared to availability) by plains sharp-tailed grouse (Tympanuchus phasianellus jamesi) on rangelands grazed by cattle (Bas taurus)Expand
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Vegetative differences among active and abandoned towns of black-tailed prairie dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus).
LOIS E. KLATT AND DALE HEIN abandoned towns and lowest on the active town. Composition of vegetation on the four study areas did not indicate that the usual stages of secondary succession on shortExpand
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Bird species richness in relation to isolation of Aspen habitats
-We studied 14 stands of aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) and their associated bird and plant communities in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, in June 1993, to investigate the effects ofExpand
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EFFECTS OF FIRE ON WILDLIFE IN A LODGEPOLE PINE FOREST
Effects of a subalpine wildfire on populations of wildlife in north- central Colorado were investigated 8 years after the burn. Inventories of birds and mammals were compared on the 190-ha burn withExpand
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TOLERANCE OF SHARP-TAILED GROUSE TO
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Census Methods for Eastern Gray Squirrels
Six methods were used to estimate abundance of eastern gray squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis) on 31.5 ha of deciduous forest in southwestern Pennsylvania. Among 3 methods based on multiple captureExpand
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VDI-Berichte 1664
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