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CONSERVATION STATUS AND REINTRODUCTION OF THE ENDANGERED AMERICAN BURYING BEETLE
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Monitoring at Penikese Island from 1991-1996 confirms that small numbers of beetles are reproducing on naturally occurring carrion and that the population is persisting three years after the last release.
Foods of six species of sympatric shrews from New Brunswick
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The rather striking differences in the diets of the various species of shrews in this study suggest that the food resources were being differentially exploited.
Movement Patterns, Natal Dispersal, and Survival of Peregrine Falcons Banded in New England
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New England peregrines showed a strong tendency to settle at nest types similar to those on which they were raised, and movement from urban to rural habitats and vice versa in equal proportions; however, it was found no effect of natal habitat or sex on survival.
Dietary Overlap of Sorex longirostris and S. cinereus in Hardwood Floodplain Habitats in Vigo County, Indiana
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The purpose of this study was to determine the degree of similarity in diets of Sorex cinereus and S. longirostris that occupy the same type of habitat but do not overlap in distribution in Vigo Co., Indiana and to hypothesized that morphological similarities between these two shrews reflect similar diets that contribute to allopatric distribution patterns in the county.
Note on food habits of the Screech Owl and the Burrowing Owl of southeastern Oregon
—Diets of the Common Screech Owl (Otus asio) And Burrowing Owl {Athene cimicularia) irom the Great Basin, Malheur County, southeastern Oregon, were studied. Although there was considerable overlap in
SPONDYLITIC CHANGES IN LONG-FINNED PILOT WHALES (GLOBICEPHALA MELAS) STRANDED ON CAPE COD, MASSACHUSETTS, USA, BETWEEN 1982 AND 2000
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If the lesions described here negatively affect the overall health of the whale, these lesions may be a contributing factor in stranding of this highly sociable species.
Ectoparasites and other associates of some insectivores and rodents from New Brunswick
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Ectoparasites and other associates were examined from seven species of insectivores and nine species of rodents from Mount Carleton Provincial Park, New Brunswick, finding the most abundant forms found were those of Orycteroxenus soricis.
Natural History of the Southeastern Shrew, Sorex longirostris Bachman
The natural history of Sorex longirostris was studied using more than 400 specimens from Alabama and Georgia and museum and literature data for specimens from throughout the range of the species.
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