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Movements of allegheny woodrats in relation to timber harvesting.
The Allegheny woodrat (Neotoma magister) occurs in the Appalachian Mountains, forming colonies in rock outcrops, cliffs, and caves. Populations on the northern and western peripheries of the rangeExpand
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2012 Georgia wild pig survey: Final report
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Summer Microhabitat Selection by Foraging Allegheny Woodrats (Neotoma magister) in a Managed Forest
Abstract Anthropogenic disturbance near rock outcrops occupied by Allegheny woodrats (Neotoma magister) is suspected of contributing to population declines in the northern and western peripheries ofExpand
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Small mammal microhabitat use on young loblolly pine regeneration areas
Abstract Loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) regeneration or establishment impacts a large area over the southern US but few studies have examined the microhabitat relationship of small mammals on youngExpand
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Reproduction, Juvenile Growth and Recapture Rates of Allegheny Woodrats (Neotoma magister) in Virginia
Abstract I studied the natural history of the Allegheny woodrat (Neotoma magister) in Virginia. The species is considered endangered, threatened or of special concern by Natural Heritage Programs inExpand
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Persistence of Allegheny woodrats Neotoma magister across the mid-Atlantic Appalachian Highlands landscape, USA
We examined a suite of macro-habitat and landscape variables around active and inactive Allegheny woodrat Neotoma magister colony sites in the Appalachian Mountains of the mid-Atlantic Highlands ofExpand
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Stakeholder attitudes and beliefs toward wild pigs in Georgia and Illinois
A variety of problems are associated with wild pigs (Sus scrofa; e.g., crop damage, habitat destruction, transfer of infectious diseases to livestock). We contrasted stakeholder attitudes and beliefsExpand
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Comparison of trapping and camera survey methods for determining presence of allegheny woodrats
Declines in Allegheny woodrat (Neotoma magister) distribution and numbers have been documented in the northern and western portions of the range for >30 years. Population trends in other parts of theExpand
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Allegheny Woodrat (Neotoma magister) Food Habits in the Central Appalachians
Abstract Declining Allegheny woodrat (Neotoma magister) populations suggest a need for more basic ecological information about the species for proper management. Within the core of the AlleghenyExpand
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